With darker mornings fast approaching, how do you get up in the pitch black?
On Sunday 27 October the clocks will be going back in the UK, which means cold dark evenings and late sunrises. It's a moment which signals winter has arrived, and that we're all going to start hitting 'snooze' a lot more.
On an average day once the clocks have gone back, the sun will rise at 8:00am and it can start to set as early as 3:50pm. Needless to say, this can wreak havoc on our sleep patterns and make it hard to get up in the mornings.
To help you wake up refreshed during the winter months, we asked John Bramm, Managing Director and Sleep Expert at Dormeo Octaspring, for his morning mantras...
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