A One MK news report indicates Public Health England is launching a campaign to encourage individuals between the ages of 40 and 60 years to sleep more.

According to the findings of several studies, a lack of sleep is linked to medical problems such as diabetes and heart disease.

In response, Public Health England is hoping to encourage the middle-aged – between 40 and 60 – to sleep more as part of a bigger campaign to improve the nation’s health.

Many in the industry are concerned that the age group is often overlooked due to a greater focus on the health problems of children and the elderly.

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