•   
  •   

Health & Fitness Stacey Solomon shares her unusual night time habit as she discusses how to get better sleep

14:25  30 october  2020
14:25  30 october  2020 Source:   ok.co.uk

Stacey Solomon suffers fashion faux pas with date night mini dress

  Stacey Solomon suffers fashion faux pas with date night mini dress Loose Women star Stacey Solomon suffered a fashion mishap with her In The Style mini dress during a date night with her partner Joe Swash on Sunday.

Stacey Solomon has shared her surprising tip for getting a good night ’s sleep , and it involves a midnight trip to the fridge - but not for snacks. Stacey chatted to Dr Sophie Bostock about tips and tricks to get a good night 's sleep Credit: Bensons for Beds. “We usually sleep in cycles, around

Good times : The TV personality also shared clips of herself singing in celebration after successfully getting down for his first nap of the day. Before and after: Stacey feigned mock exasperation as she attempted to get her son off to sleep (L) before pulling a funny face after he finally got some shut eye

Stacey Solomon loves to share her top tips when it comes to organising her home and keeping things tidy – but has revealed that she sometimes does her chores in the middle of the night.

Talking about her unusual nighttime habit, Stacey, 31, told sleep expert Dr Sophie Bostock, that she was "embarrassed" about getting up at three in the morning because she couldn't stay asleep.

The Loose Women star, who panicked fans when she announced she was taking a break from Instagram, spoke about how she is either restless or totally exhausted when it comes to going to bed after a long day looking after her three sons Rex, one, Leighton, eight, and Zachary, 12.

Stacey Solomon and Mrs Hinch quit social media as they lead stars in Digital Detox Day

  Stacey Solomon and Mrs Hinch quit social media as they lead stars in Digital Detox Day These are the £4 Wilko blinds that fit any window

She 's back: Stacey Solomon recently announced she was taking a break from social media to He took his bottle and his blanket and got in the dog bed.' She then followed it up with a second snap The media personality shared a snap alongside Joe and Rex as she lamented how fast time goes

Stacey Solomon has revealed she sometimes sleeps downstairs when her partner Joe Swash puts 'It doesn’t give us the optimum sleep we could have': Stacey Solomon confesses she has slept 'I will tell him how to do something in a certain way. And Joe does it his way, which is fine, but it is not

a woman posing for a picture: Stacey Solomon shared her unusual night time routine as she talks about how to get better sleep © Bensons for Beds Stacey Solomon shared her unusual night time routine as she talks about how to get better sleep

Get exclusive celebrity stories and fabulous photoshoots straight to your inbox with OK's daily newsletter . You can sign up at the top of the page.

As part of her role as Benson for Beds first ever ambassador, Stacey confessed to her night time routine: “Sometimes I do just get up and do something, and then I’m embarrassed, because I think this isn’t normal to be up at three in the morning, organising the fridge or painting a wall you forgot to paint five weeks ago."

She added to Dr Sophie: “But you say that’s perfectly OK to do.”

Speaking in a video about how to get a better night sleep, the sleep scientist reassured the mum of three that she wasn't doing anything wrong.

Here's what your side of the bed reveals about your personality

  Here's what your side of the bed reveals about your personality Do you sleep on the left or the right side?A study of 3,000 adults, which was conducted by Premier Inn, found that those who sleep on the left side of the bed wake up happier and better equipped for the day, whilst those on the right side are more likely to feel grumpier with a negative outlook on the day ahead.

Sharing : Stacey has been sharing the first weeks with Rex on Instagram, earning a huge amount of comments from fans grateful for her candid insights. Stacey 's Loose Women co-star Nadia Sawalha was among hundreds to thanks Stacey for her words, as she wrote: 'Awwww such a wonderful post.

Getting good sleep is very important for optimal health. A good night ’s sleep is just as important as regular exercise and a healthy diet. If you struggle with sleep , try to get in the habit of waking up and going to bed at similar times . We often don’t give much credit to how much natural light benefits our health.

Stacey Solomon smiling for the camera: Stacey Solomon explained how she often finds herself getting up in the middle of the night to complete household chores because she can't stay asleep © Bensons for Beds Stacey Solomon explained how she often finds herself getting up in the middle of the night to complete household chores because she can't stay asleep

"Don’t be afraid to turn the lights on and get out of bed. It’s so much better than lying there going ‘oh my god I can’t sleep’," Dr Sophie said.

Stacey was left surprised at the revelation after admitting that she sometimes fails to catch up on her sleep while juggling bedtimes as a mother of three.

The TV preseneter spoke candidly about having restless nights, saying: "Most of the time I’m kind of running on empty and just going right, push through, push through it’s nearly bedtime.

Stacey Solomon et al. sitting at a table: The star has enough thrills with a house full of boys © Instagram/Stacey Solomon The star has enough thrills with a house full of boys

"Then when it gets to bedtime, I just collapse. I think it’s the staying asleep.”

However sleep scientist Dr Sophie Bostock explained: "There’s nothing wrong with waking up in the night, what you need to try and do is not worry about it.

Are you a restless sleeper? This orthopaedic body pillow could transform your sleep pattern

  Are you a restless sleeper? This orthopaedic body pillow could transform your sleep pattern Do less tossing and turning, and get more sleep.Aiming to encourage back and front sleepers to adopt a side sleeping position, the best-selling Kally Pillow developed by pillow experts, Kally Sleep, is designed to help the nation (specifically poor sleepers, those suffering from aches and pains, and mums-to-be) achieve a more comfortable and deeper sleep.

And Stacey Solomon shared the first moments of her baby son Rex's life on Thursday as she uploaded Stacey then went on to explain how the midwifes waited for her to get dilated and as she finally Clad in a Sesame Street sleep suit, Rex appeared to be as happy as ever, with a wide grin

And Stacey Solomon shared a heart-warming snap of her brood, sons Zachary, 12, Leighton, eight She posted a sweet picture of her three boys cuddled up together on the bedroom floor of her Essex Holiday time : The TV presenter shared a black and white photo of her beaming eldest sons and Joe

"We usually sleep in cycles, around about 90 minutes to two hours. Between every sleep cycle our sleep becomes a little bit lighter, and the more stressed you are going into your night of sleep, the more likely you are to wake up.

a woman smiling for the camera: Stacey won't let the trolls get her down © Instagram/Stacey Solomon Stacey won't let the trolls get her down

“If you can wind down before bed, you’ll immediately help yourself get into a deeper stage of sleep. And when you do wake up you should find it easier to just roll over and go back to sleep.”

Stacey’s honesty around broken sleep resonates with many right now, with more than three quarters of the UK revealing their sleeping habits had worsened dramatically this year.

Dr Sophie also suggested that reducing alcohol and caffeine before bedtime and getting the bedroom environment right to feel comfortable and relaxed will help you sleep better.

Laughter could be the key to a good night's sleep, according to the experts .
More evidence that laughter really is the best medicine — something we could all use more of. According to a recent survey conducted by King's College London, almost 63% of people said that their sleep has worsened in recent months due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. © Caiaimage/Paul Bradbury Tired young woman sleeping in bed "Adequate and good-quality sleep is important to maintain our physical and mental resilience and disturbed sleep is often caused by stress," Dr Ivana Rosenzweig, Head of the Sleep and Brain Plasticity Centre at King's College London, said in the study.

usr: 0
This is interesting!