Sleep with the experts

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Late night browsing on tablets and phones and staying up to watch telly can jeopardise a good night’s sleep.

Light exposure can keep the body from falling asleep; therefore we need to curb our habits and switch off screens well before bed time.

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the ridiculously early riser

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Isn't it irritating when you wake up before your alarm?

If you're the kind of person whose brain is alert and ready to face the day long before the day has even broken, then you’re a Ridiculously Early Riser.

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the slumber interruptor

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Getting off to the Land of Nod is an absolute breeze for you. But through the night you find yourself waking up multiple times.

It could be due to ambient noise, stress or perhaps you're just a light sleeper.

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the caffeinator

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Most of us are drinking far more caffeine every day than we should be.

Some may think this has little to no effect on their sleep, but caffeine actually hinders your body’s ability to tell you that you’re feeling tired. Give decaf a whirl or try a herbal tea.

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the daytime dozer

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If you feel like a zombie dragging your heels throughout the day, then commiserations on being a Daytime Dozer.

When it gets to the point where your co-workers have noticed your eyes drooping in a meeting, it's probably time to do something about it.

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the biggest snoozer

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There are two types of people in the world: morning people and those who need to be dragged kicking and screaming from their magical cloud of comfort.

If you're the latter, then perhaps you find that you often oversleep and feel drowsy during the day.

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