NODDING OFF: Night economy workers, such as NHS staff, face health consequences of disturbed sleep; and (below) Professor Dinesh Bhugra
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by NADEEM BADSHAH LIE-INS AND SKIPPING MEALS BEFORE BED MAY FIGHT INSOMNIA HEALTH RISKS DOCTORS and night-shift workers should have a lie-in at the weekend and avoid eating takeaways before bed to prevent insomnia, according to health experts. Sleep disorders have been in the spotlight since it emerged that ITV newsreader Tom Bradby, a guest at the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Mar­kle in May, had taken time off work due to insomnia. Weekend lie-ins could help avoid an early death, according to research published earlier in the year. Stockholm University found individuals who man­aged a few hours’ sleep…