Australia’s guide to products that help you get a better night’s sleep
Research by the Sleep Health Foundation has found 33 – 45% of people SLEEP either poorly or not long enough most nights.
It has been estimated that one could survive for three times as long without food as one could without sleep.
Studies show that 17 hours without SLEEP impairs driving in the same way as having a blood alcohol level of 0.05%
Getting adequate SLEEP improves the immune system, learning & concentration, productivity and emotional well-being.
“Sleep is the best meditation.” – Dalai Lama
People suffering insomnia are three times more likely to develop a mental illness than people who sleep well.
35% of Australian’s report waking up feeling unrefreshed!
Humans are the only mammal that willingly delay going to SLEEP.
Poor sleepers have a greater risk of heart disease and stroke.
Studies show that women are significantly more likely than men to suffer from insomnia. Research by the Sleep Health Foundation revealed that 40% of women have trouble getting to sleep. While almost half of all Australian women wake often during the night. Good...
The Sleep Health Foundation estimates that between 30% - 40% of people in Australia snore. But snoring doesn't just affect the snorer, it can also make it hard for partners and family members to get adequate sleep. In fact, snoring is one of the leading causes of...
There are many benefits to swaddling during the first months of life; it provides security and comfort, aides in settling and establishing sleep patterns. It has been shown that swaddled babies sleep better and experience less anxiety. Swaddling suppresses the...
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