Set yourself up for a good night’s sleep

Having trouble sleeping? If so, you’re not alone. Two thirds of Irish adults say they have frequent sleep problems, with few of us getting the recommended eight hours of sleep that are necessary for good health, safety and effective work performance.

18th March, 2006

Having trouble sleeping? If so, you’re not alone.

Two thirds of Irish adults say they have frequent sleep problems, with few of us getting the recommended eight hours of sleep that are necessary for good health, safety and effective work performance.

Whatever the root cause of the problem -whether it’s insomnia, stress or simply caffeine -a few modifications to your sleeping quarters could mean the difference between counting sheep and enjoying well-earned sleep....

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