Half of Brits are not getting a good night sleep, Refuse to Snooze research finds
A report by mental health and neuroscience expert Matt Janes and co-director of the Sleep Lab at Goldsmiths psychology department, Michael Banissy, has revealed that over half of Brits (51%) use an alarm to wake up in the morning - with 82% hitting ‘snooze' at least once. According to the survey of 2000 people, commissioned by eve sleep, only a third would ditch the snooze button if it was proven to be bad for their health. Medical research shows that getting less than seven hours of sleep...
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