Mental Health Awareness Week 2016: How to tell someone stress and anxiety are affecting your sleep
Good relationships are fundamental to our mental health and wellbeing – that’s the important message of Mental Health Awareness Week, 2016, which launched on 16 May.
Being able to talk to your partner, family or friends about how stress, anxiety and other mental health conditions are impacting on the quality of your sleep is a positive step towards regaining control over your symptoms.
If you regularly share a bed with your partner, or want to enjoy fun, social times which may involve ...
Stress Awareness Month 2016: 5 ways to tackle unhelpful thinking at bedtime
Your work performance… next month’s mortgage payment... the kids’ school grades… marital difficulties… What’s popping into your head at bedtime, impacting on the quality of your sleep?
The less sleep you get, the more your stress levels increase as your coping skills are reduced by tiredness.
Stress is the feeling of being under too much mental or emotional pressure. Symptoms include headaches, muscle tension or pain and racing thoughts – none of which are conducive to a ...
National Stress Awareness Day 2015: How to tackle your stress for a better night’s sleep
In an ideal world, the only thing cocooning you as you sleep would be one of our cosy feather and down duvets. But here at Land of Beds, we understand that – all too often – it’s stress that can shroud you at night-time, preventing you from enjoying a much-needed restful sleep.
In honour of National Stress Awareness Day, 4 November, we’ve taken a look at five practical steps you can take to regain control if you’re feeling overwhelmed by the pressures, commitments and demands of ...