I think I have this:

The buzz of the alarm clock forces you out of bed, blearyeyed and anything but refreshed.

You snap at your partner, lose patience with the children and struggle into work with all the dynamism of a slug.

About the only thing that keeps you going through the day are sugary snacks.

Back home, even when the evening’s tasks have been completed, there are 101 things to do — e-mails to check, a television programme you want to stay up for, preparation for the next day.

You finally fling yourself exhausted into bed, mind racing, and wonder why you can’t get to sleep.

Sounds familiar? You, like another 30 million Britons, could be suffering from semi-somnia. …READ MORE

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