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The NHS recommends that you get 9-10 hours sleep each night. Do you know how much you get?

Here are some helpful tips to help you get some more snooze time:

Screens Off

Finish everything you need to do and turn off your screens at least half an hour before you go to bed. You could also try putting your phone on ‘airplane mode’ to stop notifications from waking you up. Even better, don’t leave your phone or tablet beside your bed, or have a TV on in your room.

Top tip

“Agree with your friends to pause group chat conversations or online games at a good time for everyone to get enough sleep. This way, you won’t feel you’re missing out.” Screen Savers

A Bedtime Routine

Try to go to bed at the same time each night if you can. This will help your body get into a routine, and make it easier to fall asleep.

Burn Off Your Energy

Make sure you get your exercise in earlier in the day. Exercise helps your body to feel better, and wakes you up, even if you are tired from doing it.

Write It Down

If you’ve had a stressful day or something is worrying you, try writing it down. It’ll help get some of it out of your head.

Or talk it through with someone you trust. It’s amazing the difference talking about a problem has.

Tips For Getting A Good Night Of Sleep

Tips For Getting A Good Night Of Sleep


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