Trick to a good nights' sleep

FACT: The optimum temperature for getting a good nights’ sleep is 14-17 degrees.

TIP: By turning off the heating when you sleep and doubling up on duvets when needed, you can save money on your heating bill plus benefit from a great night’s sleep.

We all recognise this time of year as being full of social occasions, festive parties, long dark evenings and busy work days in the lead up to the Christmas break. It’s all good fun, but exhausting too! Getting a good nights’ sleep is key to helping you make the most of the day. As well as turning the heating down, there are some foods that are known to be good to help you sleep such as yogurt, milk, oats, bananas, poultry, eggs, peanuts and tuna.

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