Dr Michael Mosley on how routine could aid hampered sleep – ‘Really good thing to do'


“And you will really struggle to get up on Monday morning and this is particularly true of teenagers.”

As part of Dr Mosley’s research, he also did a “big” sleep census, involving more than 200,000 people.

The doctor said: “We found that the average amount of sleep people reported was really quite short – it was six hours and 58 minutes.

“Our experts thought that was pretty low. Ideally, you’re between seven and nine hours.

“And if you’re a teenager, between eight and nine hours.”


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