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Sleep and fatigue problems

 
Sleep and fatigue problems

Sleeping badly and being tired all the time isn't normal, even though everyone you talk to seems to say they're tired and need more shut-eye.

If you have frequent trouble sleeping (at least 3 times a week for at least a month) and it's seriously affecting your life, you should see your doctor who may be able to suggest treatment such as acupuncture, relaxation techniques, light therapy, behaviour therapy or sleeping pills.

If your sleeping problems are light, occasional and don't interfere with your daily life, simple changes and an improvement in your lifestyle can be enough to get you back on track towards a better night's sleep.

Get our advice for a good night's kip.




  
  


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