Sleeping can be hard at the best of times, but with the added stress of coronavirus, many are finding it harder to get their shut-eye.
Joanna Gray from Living Eighty Twenty suggests tips to get a better night sleep.
A disciplined bedtime routine is one way to prepare for a good night’s rest – that means no phones, laptops or TV one hour before going to bed.
Another tip is to meditate focusing on your breath and writing a list to relax and unjumble the mind.
With many increasing their exercise during the lockdown, there is a chance you may be deficient in minerals, eating foods naturally high in zinc and magnesium minerals such as almonds and broccoli can help towards getting a good night rest.
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During the 2020 Covid-19 epidemic, lockdown has come to mean the practice of attempting to control transmission of the virus by means of restricting people’s movement and activities on a broad scale, usually on a national or state-wide basis.