At some point in your life you will no doubt have experienced an extremely bad night’s sleep. All that tossing and turning, getting in and out of bed, stressing yourself out, and then eventually falling to sleep an hour before the alarm is due to go off for work.
It’s annoying and it makes you feel terrible for the rest of the day, affecting your performance at your desks, and your mood.
Now, imagine how that feels on a regular basis. If you often suffer from problems getting to sleep, waking upon a regular basis, and feeling extremely tired when you do wake up, you could be suffering with some degree of insomnia.
Sleep deprivation is no joke. We need sleep in order for the mind and body to recover and repair itself from a long day of working and socialising. In addition, it’s almost impossible to concentrate and focus when you’re sleep deprived, making it difficult to communicate effectively, make decisions, and also making it extremely hard to remember information in general.
When you think about the types of tasks you need to perform from your office workstation, we’ve basically wiped out the entire range of skills you need to get you through your working day, all because you didn’t sleep very well the night before!
Insomnia and sleep deprivation are very real issues which can affect your health and wellbeing, both at work and in your personal life. Ensuring you get enough sleep is a vital part of the picture, but if you’re struggling to sleep and you think you’ve tried everything, perhaps a chat with your doctor may be in order. Many people experience periods of insomnia when going through difficult personal times or a stressful time at work, and it usually passes. If you’re struggling with insomnia, take heart that this is something which can be managed and overcome.
If you are struggling with insomnia or sleep issues in general, try reducing your exposure to stimulation prior to sleep, e.g. avoid loud music, action or horror movies, and cut down on the amount of time you spend on your phone/tablet. You could also try a warm bath, a milky drink, avoiding eating too close to bedtime, and making sure that your sleeping environment is comfortable and not too hot or cold.
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