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Digital Subscriptions > Healthy Magazine > September 2017 > 7 SIMPLE CHANGES TO SLEEP BETTER


If you want to sleep well at night, then you need to change what you do during the day, says Dr Nerina Ramlakhan

DR NERINA RAMLAKHAN is a physiologist and sleep therapist, and the author of Fast Asleep, Wide Awake (Harper Thorsons, £12.99)

It feels as though we’re in the grip of a sleep epidemic; GPs are writing over 10 million prescriptions every year for sleeping pills, while health-conscious celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow are urging us to embrace ‘clean sleeping’ as the answer to all our wellness problems. But we’re putting the emphasis in the wrong place. By obsessing about our sleep, we’re neglecting our daily lives – and that’s where the key to good sleep lies. However, by making some simple changes to your everyday routine, your sleep will improve as well.

1 Get to bed by 10:30pm

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Prolong that summer health kick with our brand new #feelgood365 issue. Inside, we expose the health mistakes that even the experts make, and round up 7 simple tips to help you sleep better. You can also find a whole 25 brilliant veggie recipes – from plant based protein bowls to sharing supper. Plus! We ask: what's the real truth about dairy? Find out more in the brand new issue of Healthy.