26 October 2019 22:31

Daylight saving time Clock Daylight saving time

How to sleep: Drinking these herbs before bed could help you sleep But a sleep expert is urging people to get up and be active, and not to stay in bed for an extra hour, in a bid to keep weird dreams at bay. Silentnight's sleep expert, Dr Nerina Ramlakhan, believes that an extra hour of sleep in the morning will make bizarre dreams more vivid and easy to remember, and is advising those who might be inclined to grab an extra hour in bed this weekend, to get up and be productive instead. When it comes to dreams, Dr Nerina believes they can become more unusual, the longer we stay in bed, having an impact on our day-to-day lives. Nearly half of Brits admit they are so influenced by their dreams, they let them affect their mood the following day, according to a study by Silentnight. READ MORE: How to sleep: Eight foods to help you get a good night's rest revealed by expert

Clocks go back: Sleep expert reveals surprising consequence of an extra hour in bed