It’s the cat, not the snooze button, that’s the problem

Mo Farrah after missing out on a gold medal
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Now the clocks have gone back, I’ve been finding it hard to get out of bed on these dark, miserable mornings.

I frequently find myself reaching for the snooze button.

But, according to Guy Meadows of The Sleep School, that’s a bad thing to do and can disrupt your sleep pattern, leaving you fuzzy-headed and exhausted.

It’s not the snooze button on my alarm that disrupts my rest though.

It’s my feisty Bengal cat who thinks that 3am is a great time to demand I get him his brekkie.

Then as soon as I’ve got back in my crib, he does something revolting in the litter tray!

I think I need to take a few more cat naps to cope with his early morning calls.