Anxiety is at an all time high right now, and understandably so. We all know the importance of a good night's sleep in combatting this, and it's something we look forward to after a long day at work (or working from home). But it can be a challenge even at the best of times, let alone during a pandemic. So it's not surprising that two thirds of people surveyed by King's College London said their sleeping has been worse overall since lockdown began.
According to a study by Aviva, as many as 16 million Brits suffer from sleepless nights, with half admitting they don't get enough restful hours – and women are the most affected.
Whether you're someone who wakes up during the night or has trouble nodding off, finding the right solution for you takes time.