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Sleep Happy Campaign 2015

Tips and tricks for better sleep


Written by Oisín McKenna and posted in health


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Finding it hard to get a good night’s sleep? Are you waking up feeling moody, sleepy and not able to concentrate? SpunOut.ie’s new “Sleep Happy” campaign is all about getting enough good quality sleep to boost your physical and mental wellbeing.

The best way to start is these 10 easy tips to a better night’s sleep. There are so many simple things we can incorporate into our lives to make for better sleep.

Take our test to see what good sleep habits you have and where there’s room for improvement.  Plus, if you're not sure if you’re getting enough sleep, you can read up about the right amount of sleep here.

Remember - if you need a little extra help with your sleep, your doctor is a good port of call. Read up on how to talk to your doctor about sleep and find more information on sleep disorders here.

Check out all our sleep content here:

As part of the campaign, outreach events will also take place at the following locations:

  • April 28 - University College Dublin
  • April 29 - Cork Institute of Technology
  • April 30 - Dublin Institute of Technology

Happy sleeping!

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Published April 26th, 2015
Last updated July 28th, 2015
Tags sleep mental health insomnia
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