The lockdown has disrupted many parts of our lives, and sleep is no exception.
Some of us may be struggling to get to sleep, others may have struggled with their sleeping patterns, and some may even be experiencing more lucid dreams during this stressful time.
This episode of our Alone Together podcast discusses the topic of sleep and how we can improve our nocturnal routine.
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Dan McLaughlin speaks to Professor Mark Blagrove from Swansea University’s Sleep Laboratory about the research he's conducted on our dreams during the pandemic - and explains why you might be dreaming more than ever.
Dr Megan Crawford from the Sleep Research Unit at the University of Strathclyde speaks to Morven McIntyre about her research in insomnia - and shares some tips on how to tackle it.