Louise White sits in
Louise White sits in for Kaye Adams and asks listeners what they would give up for a good night's sleep.
Louise White stands in.
According to Age UK, people in middle to old age should stop drinking tea or coffee after lunch in order to get a good night's sleep.
Their other recommendations include: keeping daytime naps to shorter than half an hour; don't look at an electronic screen of any kind after you get into bed; avoid sleeping pills and avoid arguments with your partner before bed.
What would you give up for a good night's sleep? Do you welcome lifestyle recommendations to improve your health?
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