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Over half of people living in the UK lose sleep at one time or another due to stress and anxiety, and up to 90% of people who suffer with depression also have poor sleep. In this guest blog, sleep and insomnia specialist Kathryn Pinkham shares some tips on improving your sleep.

By Kathryn Pinkham

Sleep and mental health issues come very much hand in hand. Often, we find that when we are under stress our sleep is the first thing to suffer. If we can’t sleep well this will inevitably lead to increased worry about what might happen if we don’t get much sleep. If we don’t sleep we may feel low in energy and motivation which are also the symptoms of low mood or depression.

Over the past ten years of working in the field of mental health and sleep I have worked with hundreds of people and

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