Sunday Sleep can Make for a Better Monday, Experts say

sundayThe American Academy of Sleep Medicine has found out that the quality of your sleep on Sunday can affect your overall functioning on Mondays. Sleepless Sundays can often lead to lousy Mondays because weekends often throw off our biological clocks. 

On Sundays, avoid going to bed unless you are sleepy. If you are not sleepy on a Sunday night, do something relaxing such as reading or listening to soft music. You can also start rituals that help you relax on Sunday night before bed. This can include such things as a warm bath or a light snack.

Sunday is not only for napping. You can actually have good quality sleep if you exercise on Sundays. Also, reserve your bed for activities such as sleeping and making love. Avoid watching TV, reading, writing, talking on the phone or playing cards while in bed. Avoid worrying about problems while in bed.

Avoid coffee, tea or any caffeinated drinks after lunch. Within six hours of your bedtime, avoid consuming beer, wine or any alcoholic drinks.

Make your bed conducive for sleeping. Keep your room dark, cool and quite during bedtime. Liken your room to a cave.

If all these cannot still make you sleep, have yourself evaluated at a local sleep clinic. Sleep doctors can properly diagnose and treat sleep disorders such as sleep apnoea and insomnia.

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Somnowell Inventor - Visiting Professor Simon Ash FDS MSc MOrth BDS

Prof. Ash is the inventor of the highly successful SOMNOWELL Chrome device for snoring and sleep apnoea.

The Somnowell Chrome is made to exacting standards in the Somnowell laboratory under the supervision of Visiting Professor Simon Ash. Prof. Ash and his master technicians create each Somnowell Chrome device using their wealth of experience and expertise.

Prof. Ash works at the forefront of his profession. He is a Consultant and Specialist Orthodontist with over 30 years clinical experience, with a special interest in sleep related breathing disorders, TMJD, and bruxism. He currently works in Harley Street London and two private hospitals in London as part of a multi-disciplinary team managing snoring and sleep apnoea, and is Visiting Professor of Orthodontics at the BPP University.