New research predicts a ‘low’ in sleep this February
As the UK eases itself into 2013, the newest results from Sleepio's Great British Sleep Survey suggest that we are on the brink of a post New Year’s ‘sleep dip’.
The survey of over 21,000 UK adults predicts that February will be the worst for sleep until the winter months hit later this year. Key findings suggest that:
+ We will spend an average of 8 minutes longer trying to get to sleep, alongside a further 10 minutes awake during the night than we will in March .
+ Almost ⅓ more people will suffer from low energy in February than in March .
+ Women are particularly affected, experiencing sleep quality 7% worse in February than their average for the rest of the year (versus a 5% dip for men).