Ditching coffee makes insomnia WORSE and you don’t need to cut screen time to improve your sleep

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Ditching coffee makes insomnia WORSE and you don't need to cut screen time to improve your sleep



DITCHING the coffee might actually make your insomnia worse, a sleep expert has claimed.
Kathryn Pinkham, 38, founder of The Insomnia Clinic believes even reducing your screen time before bed will not help you sleep better.
Getty – Contributor Ditching the coffee might not stop your insomnia, an expert has claimed
The specialist said it’s important for the sufferer to understand why they have poor sleep, rather than cutting out things they enjoy.
Speaking to Mail Online she explained “something triggers an episode of insomnia” whether it’s emotional stress, or the flu.
But in a bid to sleep more, people will stop socialising, start wearing eye masks and even going to bed too early.
“This is where the problem really begins,” she said, “not only have we started to associate bed with being awake, leading to further poor sleep, we’ve also given up lots of things we enjoy”.

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Kathryn’s advice follows the release of a new study which revealed more than half of Brits are kept awake most nights because of their stressful jobs.
A nationwide survey of British workers has revealed the extent to which millions of UK adults believe their career is causing them untold stress, anxiety and insomnia.
www.theinsomniaclinic.co.uk Kathryn Pinkham founder of The Insomnia Clinic believes even reducing your screen time before bed will not help you sleep better

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