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We discover why people in SM2 are having sleep problems and what they can do to help themselves get a better night’s rest.
According to a BBC report, people across the UK are struggling to get a good night’s sleep since the Covid-19 outbreak began.
Researchers from King’s College London interviewed more than 2,254 UK residents aged between 16-75, and the findings were fascinating – more newsworthy than snoozeworthy.
The survey suggests more than half of the population have had problems sleeping since the outbreak.
Concerns keeping people up included money worries, health fears and general anxiety about the future.
And disturbed sleep is a vicious circle as the researchers explained. Dr Ivana Rosenzweig said: “Stress can cause sleepless nights. And feeling tired and irritable can cause more stress, so it’s a damaging cycle.”
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Here is another two-minute dose of good news to get you smiling this Feelgood Friday.
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In this article, we look at some of the most lucrative things people have ploughed their money into and how you can add thousands to the value of your property. A fast Thursday 90-second read.
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In this two-minute read, we share a message with all of you in Sutton and Cheam who have been going through these surreal times we have been experiencing.
There are plenty of things we could say right now.
We could tell you about the pent-up demand being unleashed on the SM2 property market as activity surges.
We could spell out the measures we are introducing to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our clients, colleagues, and community now that estate agency is back up and running.
We could even give you an insight into what looks set to be a six-month window of property changing hands right up until Christmas.
Yes, we could share all this with you, but not yet.