6 Ways to Boost the Chances of a Good Night's Rest

6 Ways to Boost the Chances of a Good Night's Rest

Experts have found more evidence of the harm caused by disrupting our body clocks, linking it to depression and bipolar disorder among other things. The paper's authors say it's a warning to societies becoming less in tune with the body's natural rhythms, which influence not only when we feel sleepy but a range of other processes in the body. So what are the things we can do to stack the odds in our favour for a good night's sleep? Are you inseparable from your mobile phone or laptop? Do you binge-watch box sets or check your social media late into...

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