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Nytol focuses on relief for snoring

Nytol Anti-Snoring Throat Spray is hitting our screens for the first time with a TV campaign aimed at the estimated 30 million UK people affected by snoring. The product works by keeping key areas in the throat lubricated throughout the night, decreasing vibration in areas of the throat that cause snoring. The lighthearted advert depicts a man whose worries about waking people up with his snoring keeps him up at night. Senior marketing director Holly Turner said: is to be seen as a helpful and accessible brand.”

Sleep experts recommend the perfect bedtime routine for better sleep

Adopting a regular routine of six steps in the 30 minutes before going to bed will help people to fall asleep, sleep through the night and feel more refreshed, experts have said. Half of adults aren’t getting enough sleep at night and one in four say they would feel better if they were, according to a survey for Nytol. Checking phones and having no bedtime routine can be to blame, says the brand.

Sleep expert Dr Neil Stanley says: “Life would be so much better without a sleepy brain”. He recommends that people work out how much sleep they need as an individual and do what they can to get that, to avoid feeling tired during the day.

Steps before bed include reducing exposure to blue light by putting devices down at least 25 minutes beforehand and taking a shower to relax. Dr Mark Cropley adds: “30 minutes is a good amount of time before bed to start unwinding and thinking about sleep. Obviously the longer you have to relax, the better.”

Sleep experts recommend the perfect bedtime routine for better sleep

Adopting a regular routine of six steps in the 30 minutes before going to bed will help people to fall asleep, sleep through the night and feel more refreshed, experts have said. Half of adults aren’t getting enough sleep at night and one in four say they would feel better if they were, according to a survey for Nytol. Checking phones and having no bedtime routine can be to blame, says the brand.

Sleep expert Dr Neil Stanley says: “Life would be so much better without a sleepy brain”. He recommends that people work out how much sleep they need as an individual and do what they can to get that, to avoid feeling tired during the day.

Steps before bed include reducing exposure to blue light by putting devices down at least 25 minutes beforehand and taking a shower to relax. Dr Mark Cropley adds: “30 minutes is a good amount of time before bed to start unwinding and thinking about sleep. Obviously the longer you have to relax, the better.”

 

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