To celebrate World Sleep Day, luxury pyjama and loungewear brand Homebody interviewed The Sleep Council, sleep expert Lisa Artis about the direct link between work-related stress and sleep deprivation and 6 tops tips for a successful night’s sleep required for businessmen and women.
Homebody, who specialise in luxury sleepwear, ask sleep expert Lisa Artis from The Sleep Council, about the direct link between work-related stress and sleep deprivation.
We live in a world of lights, screens and social media and whether we’re working or relaxing, technology tends to be the focus of our attention. In this fast paced and digital world, stress can quickly get the better of us, especially for busy professionals who are constantly on the move and catching up on emails at all hours of the day.
One way to combat stress is to make positive lifestyle choices such as enjoying a healthy, nutritious diet and getting at least eight hours of quality sleep each night. Homebody has spent the past two decades designing luxury sleepwear, made with Modal-Sens™ fabric, to help customers enjoy a better night’s sleep!
Here are The Sleep Council’s 6 steps to a better night’s sleep:
- Pack a sleep mask if you’re traveling as you never know if the hotel curtains will let in too much light and disturb your quality of sleep
- Adjust your hotel room temperature as soon as you get inside the room to 6-18 degrees centigrade; this is the ideal temperature for sleep
- Take earplugs to muffle any air conditioning or external noise that can keep you awake for hours
- Drink plenty of water, especially if you’ve been drinking alcohol. Dehydration can disturb your sleep
- If you feel hot and stuffy in your hotel room, take a cool shower to bring down your body temperature
- Drink herbal tea to unwind after a long day and avoid a late night or an after dinner caffeine hit
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