Articles: sleep and insomnia

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  1. Sleep - Steps for a Peaceful Night

    by Joel Carbonnel

    In this column the author focuses on how to improve sleep, a complex behaviour which, like any other function in life, can become disordered.

  2. Sleep – A Key Link in Optimizing your Immune System and Wellbeing

    by Emma Lane

    The pandemic may be affecting your sleep at night. Anxiety is a leading cause of sleep dysfunction, and not getting enough sleep and recovery generally will have negative effects on...

  3. Sleep Disorders and the Sleeping Environment: A Neurological Approach

    by Neville Bezzina, Adrian Attard Trevisan, Gurch Randhawa and Chris Papadopoulos

    People who suffer from sleeping disorders primarily complain about how they find it hard to relax enough to fall asleep as well, as well as their inability to achieve continuous sle...

  4. Sleep Environment may Enhance Peak Sport Performance

    by Gabi Steindl

    Being admittedly a total sports-junkie, I am also a total health-junkie: growing my own veggies, eating only freshly caught seafood (thanks to my husband who is an amazing fisherman...

  5. The Best Foods for Sleep and Energy According to Experts

    by Kitchen Cabinet Kings

    A lack of sleep affects not only energy levels throughout the day, but overall productivity, the immune system, and mood. According to the Sleep Foundation, nearly 50% of Americans ...

  6. The Future of Sleep

    by Dr Ian Pearson

    Levitating beds, dream controlling apps and a mattress that destroys body odour? These are the sleep technologies we are likely to see in the future, according to a world-leading ex...

  7. The Fuzzy Logic of Sound Sleep

    by Rajgopal Nidamboor

    Blessings on him that first invented sleep, eulogised the fabled author Miguel de Cervantes. Yet, the irony is there is a distinct, also alarming, lack of awareness about sleep in t...

  8. The Importance of a Good Night’s Sleep

    by Oldrids & Downtown

  9. Time to Snooze the Snooze Button - The Secret to Becoming a ‘Morning Person’

    by Holly Venning

    How many of us have resolved time and time again to become a ‘morning person’ – able to wake early, calm and refreshed, ready to tackle the day ahead? New research from leading bed ...

  10. To Sleep or Not to Sleep, Insomnia Relief

    by Mark Johnson

    We need food, water and sleep to survive. If you really need to do so, you may be able to go a day or so without sleep, but just like your body needs fuel and hydration on a regular...

  11. Top Tips To Wake Yourself Up If You Haven't Had Enough Sleep

    by Jed MacEwan

    For some, not getting enough sleep can cause a real dilemma first thing in the morning when it comes to getting out of bed and preparing themselves for the day ahead. A lack of slee...

  12. When is it Time to Replace your Mattress?

    by Jed MacEwan

    We spend roughly one third of their lives in bed, so it’s no surprise that the quality of the bed can affect both the sleeper’s health and happiness.

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