It’s well known that a poor night’s sleep affects our functioning the next day. But, the long-term impact of lack of sleep might surprise you. In this article, a health professional shares how she’s seen inadequate sleep affect her patients’ health, beauty and...read more
Your bedroom should be a retreat. A space to take you away from the hustle and bustle of regular life and into a deep slumber. There aren't many elements to decor in the bedroom, which is why every choice has the potential to throw off your balanced design. Here are...read more
Napping is underestimated and stigmatised in modern society. The prevailing popular belief is that napping is a practice exclusively reserved for young children, the elderly and the sick. However, napping is proven to be an amazing and effective tool which can improve...read more
Guest blog post by Claire Hausler from Merineo. Googling “How to get to sleep” will bring up plenty of results! Surprisingly, which bedding is most conducive to sleep is much harder to find. It’s not in the ‘top ten sleep tips’ or the ‘ABC of sleep’. Wool has been...read more
Tea is the most consumed beverage in the world, with water as the only exception. Australians love their tea; morning, afternoon and night. But the strong black tea that gets you through the morning, is definitely not the best thing to drink before bed. Read on to...read more
Many things in our lives are influenced by learned cues in our environment. This includes our sleep habits. Do you know someone who heads to the bedroom with the intention of reading a book, or watching TV, only to find themselves barely being able to keep their eyes...read more
There is a growing number of people who are not getting a good night’s sleep. Unfortunately, there are serious implications when sleep escapes us. It can impact mental acuity, memory, motor functions, communication, create mood swings and energy fluctuations which in...read more
Sleep is one of the most important parts of our daily lives. It is the key to staying healthy, both in body and spirit. Put simply it allows us to stay at the top of our game. I was the person who just couldn’t sleep and I had all but given up. But, one day I realised...read more
Having trouble falling asleep? Your thoughts may be getting in the way. Anxiety is often characterised by excessive worry and is one of the main culprits interfering with our sleep. When worry leads to problems sleeping, you feel fatigued during the day, which makes...read more
If you were to list the common causes of brain damage you might think of alcohol, trauma, and stroke. However, snoring could actually be the number 1 cause of damage to the brain! Read on to find out how snoring can lead to brain damage in both adults and children. ...read more
Sleep studies can be done in a variety of settings including hospitals, specialised sleep clinics and in your own home. A sleep study involves a series of medical tests and monitoring to help diagnose sleep disorders, such as Sleep Apnea. This is one woman's recount...read more
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...read more
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