How To Recover From A Bad Night’s Sleep

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Combat dwindling energy levels the day after a bad night's sleep with our round-up of the best, energy-boosting techniques

Having trouble sleeping? If you find yourself moaning about how sleep deprived you are everyday, you’re not alone.

Boasting about how little sleep you got last night is what’s known as collective fatigue syndrome and these days it’s the modern woman’s sign of having it all. Although more than a third of women are now the main breadwinners in their families, they still do two thirds of the housework. No wonder we’re so tired!

Not only are women doing more but research shows that because they’re such multi-taskers, women need 20 minutes more sleep than men in order to recover properly.

So instead of bragging about your sleeplessness, combat your tiredness with these top tips to help you get the energy you need to make it through the next day. With our simple solutions, you can make up your sleep debt so nobody notices you’re feeling weary – not even your boss!

From dosing up on the right kinds of caffeine to the ideal, energy-boosting menu, we’ve got the all-natural tips for tricking your body in to thinking it’s had its full eight hours.

Hydration and alertness are key to keeping the energy levels buzzing, so click through to find out how you can stop yourself from drifting off at your desk…

By Sarah Holmes

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