Many people are experiencing sleep problems these days. Working long hours, stress and/or drinking alcohol in the evening are all factors that can adversely affect normal sleep patterns. At the same time, the COVID-19 lockdown is taking its toll. Although one might think that this would enable people to take their foot off the work-life accelerator, it’s actually causing more stress than ever before. People sit at home all day, spend most of their time on video calls and, at the end of the day, have seen nothing but their desk or dining table. Unfortunately, there is no panacea for this situation and the resulting emotional strain can make getting quality sleep difficult.