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again that night and then can't sleep
because I'm worrying so much. Of
course, when I finally do fall asleep,
I'm much more likely to sleepwalk!
Lynne: When my insomnia first
started I was really stressed about it.
I thought I was going to have to give
THE AVERAGE BRIT
TAKES 33.5 MINUTES
TO FALL ASLEEP.
WITH 79% OF
my notice at work because I was
just so tired all the time. I red uced
my hours and that did help. When
I do finally get to sleep, I need four
THEY CAN'T NOD
OFF QUICK LY*
IN THE UK, THERE
ARE IO.4 MILLION
alarms to wake me. The alarms
get progressively louder the final
one plays Smells Like Teen Spirit
by Nirvana. That gets me up!
Does your sleep disorder
affect your partner?
Vinny: My girlfriend Merrily works
as an assistant radio producer and
goes to work at 3.30am, so I do worry
about waking her. Luckily, she's quite
a deep sleeper, but once or twice
MEN AND 4.5
8.6% OF PEOPLE
IN THE UK HAVE
ALMOST 74% OF
she has had to move to the sofa.
BRITS SLEEP LESS
Taylor: I often wake my husband
Dean with my sleep-talking. I know
it stresses him out as he's usually
half-asleep himself, trying to figure
out if what I'm talking about is real.
Amanda: My boyfriend Simon
does get disturbed by it. Recently
he found me picking bits of tissue
HOURS A NIGHT
really liked going to bed I'm
a bit of a night owl, I suppose.
Lynne: I don't tend to go to bed
until about 1.30am either, but this is
because I know I won't be able to nod
off earlier. Funnily enough, I'm most
I just stood at the top of the stairs
shouting for my mum because I
thought she'd been calling up to me
Lynne: I never had any problems
sleeping until I started the menopause
at the age of 50. I've suffered from
off the floor in the middle of the
night, saying that I was cleaning.
Often when it happens I don't
recognise him, so I just stare at him.
energetic after 9pm I'll clean the
oven or get the food storage tubs out
and put all the lids back on properly!
Usually, I fall asleep at around 3.30am
and then get up at 8am for work.
Amanda: I'm the opposite. When it
gets to 9.30pm, my eyes start closing.
Taylor: I fall asleep really easily, too.
We joke about the fact that I have a
nap on the sofa at about 7.30pm after
I've put Dylan to bed. I'm a morning
person, so I usually try to go to bed
for 10pm so I can get up early
Does stress or anxiety make your
sleep disorder worse?
Amanda: Definitely - whenever I'm
stressed, I tend to sleepwalk more.
Vinny: A lot of the time I can't sleep
because I overthink everything.
Then the next day I'm really tired,
Ionly get three
or four hours sleep
a night I can't
switch my brain off
chronic insomnia ever since.
How does your sleep disorder
affect your day-to-day life?
Vinny: I'm often tired. Last night
I woke myself up snoring several
times. If this pattern goes on for a
few nights, I'll get seriously overtired,
which will cause the snoring to get
worse -so the situation spirals.
Taylor: I'm lucky that talking in
my sleep doesn't disrupt my sleep
patterns too much, so l'm not really
affected by tiredness in the day.
Lynne: My insomnia doesn't affect
my husband Jon at all. When
he goes to bed, he's straight out
for the count and sleeps solidly
until he has to get up at 4am for
work. It's all right for some!
What's your typical bedtime routine?
Vinny: I don't really have one. An
early night for me is about 10pm,
but otherwise bedtime is anything
between 11pm and 1.30am. I've never
Amanda: When I've had a few bad
episodes of sleepwalking, I start
worrying about the next one. I get
really anxious that I'm going to do it
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Source: Lightwave. *Source: British Snoring & Sleep Apnoea Association.
Source: chemist-4-u.com/sleep-study. Source: The Great British Bedtime Report (The Sleep Council)