The clocks go forward one hour at 1 am this Sunday (27th) as we head into British Summer Time (BST). The good news is that this means more daylight in the evenings, so those long summer nights are within touching distance. However, there is a slight downside as we will lose an hour of precious sleep. So to help you out, Sleep Coach, Nicky Blakeman, gives her top tips for adjusting to the clock change so you don’t feel too tired next week.
It’s well known that a good night's sleep helps to leave you feeling refreshed and reduces fatigue throughout the day. But sleep is critical to nearly every process and system of the body and has many benefits you might not have associated with it. With this in mind, Certified Sleep Coach, Nicky Blakeman outlines below five extra reasons to prioritise your sleep ahead of World Sleep Day.