Insomnia is no joke. Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder, recent study has shown that nearly a third of UK population are suffers from long term sleep deprivation, this shows that often people are not aware of the problems they face in everyday life, which means insomnia and sleep deprivation need to be treated as part of the mental health problem.
I have short term insomnia and I have had it all my life: Having trouble falling asleep and staying asleep, waking up in the middle of the night to pee, hypersensitivity to noise and light, anxiety, hormonal, and many more. Psssst, my addiction to tea drinking is the main culprit for my lack my sleep.
As part of the Mental Health Awareness Month, @tempur_uk are proud to be supporting the Mental Health Foundation as the chosen charity for 2018. The Mental Health Foundation have pioneered new ways of looking at mental health and improving the lives of people experiencing mental illness for more than 60 years. To combat loss of sleep and deal with it successfully, head over to my blog for my top tips that really work for me and discuss the importance of choosing a correct mattress and pillow to ensure a better night’s sleep.
Tempur will be donating for every mattress sold through the Tempur UK website, or through a Tempur owned store (brand or outlet) throughout May 2018.