Is sleeping during the day bad for you?

Is sleeping during the day bad for you?

For most shift workers, sleeping during the day is a necessity. However, for the majority of 9-5 workers, day sleeping could mean an underlying disorder. There is a lot of research showing the harmful effects of excessive day sleeping. And when nearly half of workers...
A sleep coach’s number one sleep tip

A sleep coach’s number one sleep tip

For something so natural and common, sleep can sure be elusive.  Many Australians suffer insomnia at some point in their lives.  This Sleep Awareness Week, we want to share with you the number one sleep tip from sleep coach Sveti Williams.  Sveti is a world renowned...
The relationship between sleep and mental health

The relationship between sleep and mental health

The relationship between sleep and mental health is both complex and reciprocal. Interrupted sleep, poor quality sleep and difficulty falling asleep can all lead to mental health issues. Similarly, mental health difficulties can lead to sleep problems too. It’s a...
How and why exercise benefits sleep health

How and why exercise benefits sleep health

We know that getting adequate sleep, as well as being physically active are two essential components for health and wellbeing.  Yet, Australians are struggling with both. In Australia 33-45% of adults across all age groups, suffer from inadequate sleep, of either...
How your diet affects your sleep

How your diet affects your sleep

Sleep affects every part of our lives, from our mood to our energy levels to what we want to eat. But, did you know that what we eat and when we eat it also affects how well we sleep at night? Below are a few of the ways that your diet affects sleep.  We’ve also...