Did you know that ‘culture vultures’ are far and away the most likely people to turn to meditation to help them get to sleep? Or that people working in Human Resources are the biggest group never to take sleep remedies? According to The Sleep Council’s Great British Bedtime Report* there’s a real connection between the [...]
The less they earn, the less couples are likely to sleep together.
According to a major report into the nation’s sleeping habits, the clear dividing line is a household income of £35K. Below that, just over three quarters (77%) of couples say they sleep together every night they are at home, whereas at least 82% of those earning over that amount share the same bed when they can.
As the nation prepares for its mass return to work following the school holidays, The Sleep Council is releasing the results from its Great British Bedtime Report in time for the ‘Sleeptember’ season.
The number of Britons getting just five to six hours sleep a night has risen dramatically in the past three years, with 40% not getting the NHS recommended six to nine hours. According to a major new report being published today (March 1) by The Sleep Council: • A third of the population (33%) now [...]