How to sleep for longer at night, according to an insomnia expert

Hands up if you’d like to sleep for longer at night and not deal with endless wake-ups? It’s estimated that around a third of us will experience problems with our sleep at some point in our lives. So if you’re struggling with broken sleep, take comfort in knowing that you’re not alone, and that there are ways you can learn how to sleep for longer.

Thankfully there are a number of tips you can try to help you drift off and stay asleep during the night. Here, Dr Lindsay Browning, a neuroscientist, chartered psychologist at Trouble Sleeping and author of Navigating Sleeplessnesstalks us through how to sleep for longer.

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