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Interesting to read your thoughts on this!! I've always compared our attitudes toward sleep with those toward eating ā€“ both acts so essential for good health and yet we feel more inclined to spend money of kitchen gadgets and cookbooks over sleep tech or a good pair of blackout curtains šŸ˜…

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This is very true! (Except for those of us who have forked out for an Oura ring šŸ˜‚)

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I think sleep must be on everyone's mind this week. In the U.S., we made the dreaded switch to Daylight Saving Time (which happens to be what my post on Thursday will talk about). It's always great to get a reminder on the nuts and bolts of good sleep hygiene. As you point out, it's so important to good health. I'm intrigued by your comment on losing sleep because of the odd night out and having the social connection offset the sleep schedule disruption. Food for thought that bears looking into further. Thanks!

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Ah yes, I hastily added 'in the UK' when I realised that daylight savings had already started over there - we don't get it until the end of the month. Like everything, it's about balance, so I think the occasional fun late night certainly has its place!

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