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Easy tricks for your BEST SLEEP

Tossing and turning each night because you find it difficult to switch off? Or do wake up in the early hours unable to get back to sleep? You’re not alone. Recent research suggests sleep problems have increased during the COVID pandemic as people become more anxious. A study by King’s College London found that two-thirds of us suffered from sleep problems during lockdown.

If you’ve been struggling with insomnia for months and self-help methods haven’t worked, then speak to your GP says Dr Daniel

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