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How To Treat Insomnia

There’s no doubt about it - insomnia is draining, debilitating, and a huge challenge. If you think you’re suffering from insomnia, whether that’s an acute or chronic inability to sleep (you can find out more about the different types of insomnia here), it can feel like a constant uphill battle to try and help yourself. Many doctors and scientific articles state that taking sleeping pills only masks the problem when it comes to insomnia. So how can you best treat it so that you’re not suf...

What is Insomnia?

Ever found yourself tucked up in a comfy warm bed, with work put away for the day, no noise to distract you, but still unable to sleep? If you have, you might find that you’re suffering from insomnia. Insomnia is a very complex sleep issue which in short, means that if diagnosed, you’re having trouble sleeping for no tangible external reason. It can affect both falling asleep in the first place, as well as staying asleep once you do have success in drifting off, and can be caused by any numb...

What is Sleep Debt?

Sleep debt, also known as sleep deficit, is the long-term impact of not getting enough sleep. You might not think missing an hour or so of good bed rest in a single night affects you much – but when it happens again the next night, and the night after that, the effects can stack up. It’s generally recommended that adults get seven to nine hours of sleep per night. If you regularly get less than this, it may start to affect your work and daily life over time. What are the effects of sleep de...

The Main Stages of Sleep

There’s nothing better than waking from a full night’s sleep feeling refreshed and ready for the day. But, as you slept last night, did you realise that it’s highly likely that you experienced many different kinds of sleep? It’s the combination and balance of these different types that can make us feel truly well-rested, and here we’re going to take a look at these stages in a little more detail. Falling asleep - NREM stages one and two Have you ever experienced that falling sensation...

How Long Should You Sleep For?

Eating your five a day, exercising regularly, brushing your teeth twice a day. These things are all actively considered to be great for your health - but this list is missing one of the most important things of all - sleep. Getting the right amount of quality sleep is imperative to your overall good health, but it can be difficult to know both how much sleep you should get per night, and then how much sleep you’re actually getting. From understanding why sleep is so important, to looking at th...

Top Sleep Hacks

Not getting enough sleep, finding it hard to get to sleep, or not feeling refreshed even after you’ve slept? There are a number of reasons we fall out of our usual sleeping routines. Sometimes these problems simply go away by themselves, while in other cases it can be a symptom of another underlying issue. Either way, you might want to try some of these tried-and-tested sleep hacks to enjoy a better night’s sleep – they’re all simple enough to do with little or no preparation. Get into ...

Morning Routines of Happy Couples

Your morning routine can often determine how the rest of your day is going to go. A stressful morning might lead to a less than happy day, so we’re on a mission to encourage people to create a peaceful sleep-wake routine. This time, we’re focussing on couples and how you can help one another to achieve your morning goals. Let's say your partner's a morning person but the other really isn’t, getting anything done first thing can be a challenge. So how do you go about making your mornings ha...

How Long Should You Nap For?

Everyone’s sleeping habits are different, and while some people feel wide awake all day until it’s time to go to bed, others benefit from a little catch-up nap – usually in the afternoon. Having a quick snooze can boost your alertness, relieve stress and make you more productive for the rest of the day. Humans are unusual among mammals in that we tend to do all our sleeping in one long, sustained period – most of our furry cousins in the animal kingdom enjoy a mixture of short naps and l...

Bedtime Wake Up Calls

You snooze, you lose! Or so the saying goes. Yet Brits don’t seem to be put off by that at all, with our latest research revealing that the average snoozing time on a morning is 30 minutes. We looked into the snoozing habits of the nation and uncovered a host of interesting statistics. Did you know Northern cities are the most frequent sleepwalkers? We even found out that teachers are the most likely to hit someone while asleep. Doctors were the most likely to sleep in on a morning (86%), wh...

The Perfect Morning Routine

Whether you’re a seasoned snoozer, a pro at lie-ins, or an early-riser extraordinaire, everyone has their own preferences when it comes to waking up on a morning. But did you know how you go about waking up can have a big impact on the rest of your day? Setting a few morning rituals can have you up and running in no time. Here we break down a few habits that might just make your mornings better. Get up! …At the same time each day, that is. While it’s bad news for weekend snoozers, keeping...

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