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Updated 27 August 2015

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Most physical activities help you sleep

Most types of physical activity will help you get a better night’s sleep but a few may leave you up all night, a study has found.

Talking found to be therapeutic for insomniacs

Insomniacs who underwent cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia had fewer symptoms and sleep disturbances.

Insomnia can increase pain for those with osteoarthritis

Poor sleep can affect how the body experiences pain – a fact that may spell trouble for osteoarthritis sufferers.

Is a lack of sleep getting you down?
Try asking our Sleep Expert for advice on how to get a better night's rest!

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