“Go out of the office for lunch, go to the gym and go out for dinner. Don’t hunker down and flop in front of the TV” suggests Professor Cary Cooper, former president of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Sammy Margo, sleep expert and author of The Good Sleep Guide, suggests cutting down on ‘snooze foods’ during the day. “Snooze foods are those containing melatonin, serotonin and magnesium (found in bananas) and the sedative tryptophan (found in milk, potatoes, almonds and turkey),” she says. “For a healthy night’s sleep, you should ensure you are getting enough B vitamins, iron, magnesium, calcium and zinc, either through your diet or supplements.”
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