It’s that time of year again – when we make a promise to ourselves that we’ll finally hit the gym, watch less television, lose weight, or spend more time with friends and family.
Along with exercise and diet, sleep is one of the three pillars of health, but fatigue can contribute to lack of exercise, as well as increased appetite (particularly for junk food). If you’re planning on improving your diet or exercise habits, changing your sleep habits in the New Year may help.
The beginning of 2018 is the perfect time to actively start upgrading the quality and quantity of your sleep. The overall health benefits are invaluable. Each week, aim to make one small, achievable change to your night time routine. Some examples include:
Small changes throughout the year can make a big difference to the quality of your sleep ensuring you wake feeling, revived and refreshed, ready to take on your day.