If, like us, you are in the midst of a mini-heatwave (known elsewhere as 'summer'), the relentless sunshine may have you running for the nearest cold water spot for a swim. But cooling down during the day is one thing. It's a whole other story at night.
Sleep is essential to our health and wellbeing, yet it is problematic for many of us. How often do you wake up after a restless night feeling just as tired as when you went to bed? Or lie awake in the early hours worrying about things you can't control?
The long, sound and deep sleep is what we really lack in our hectic life full of worries, malnutrition, stress and too little physical activity. And this takes lots of subjective reasons and causes we cannot change.