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The UK is currently basking in a particularly ferocious heatwave and whilst many of us love topping up our tan, come nightfall sleep is a stuffy and impossible task. So whilst another mid-30s scorcher brings thousands to the beaches and pub gardens after work, spare a thought for those who’ve spent the best part of…

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For both animals and humans alike, sleep is fundamental to life just as much as eating, drinking and breathing. It governs so many aspects of our existence, from our mood, weight and immunity to our concentration, relationships and mental health. Indeed, if we don’t have a good sleep routine or we are lacking in sleep,…

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Most people are likely to snore at certain times in their lives but it’s still important to understand why it’s happening and what treatments are available. Even if your snoring doesn’t keep you awake personally every night, your sleeping partner is likely to end up less than impressed – and feeling pretty tired. Snoring can…

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Insomnia is essentially when you can’t get to sleep, or when you do eventually nod off you struggle to stay asleep. This results in sleep deprivation, or where your sleep is non-restorative or unrefreshing. The vast majority of us will experience temporary insomnia at some points in our lives. It’s usually short lived, lasting only…

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In today’s busy world, fitting in time to exercise can be very tricky. Whilst crack-of-dawn workouts might seem like a great idea, they can all too often mean giving up something just as precious – sleep! For many people, an evening run or a trip to the gym after a late shift at work is…

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Both snoring and sleep apnea can seriously affect the quality of your sleep, but there are notable differences between the two. Snoring happens when a noise occurs as you take a breath in whilst asleep. This noise comes about because the muscles lining the airway, the soft tissue at the back of the throat, and…

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Not getting enough shut-eye every night can mean far more than just feeling a bit dozy the next day. It can have real and long-lasting effects on both your physical and mental health, and on your quality of life. It is recommended that adults get a minimum of 7 hours good quality sleep every night…

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Even when you’re really exhausted, do you still struggle to get to sleep? Maybe you wake up in the night and lay there anxiously watching the clock? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. In fact around 16 million of us in the UK suffer with insomnia regularly. Insomnia can be a real problem, making it hard…

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We all know that as we get older our bodies change, and our sleeping patterns change too. Once we’re in our twilight years it can become increasingly difficult to get to sleep and stay asleep, although older people still need as much rest as they always did; contrary to popular belief, you don’t need less…

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The amount and quality of sleep you get directly affects your physical and mental health. It also dictates the quality of your waking life, affecting things like your creativity, alertness, emotional balance, productivity, immunity to illness and even your weight. Nothing else you do in a day will offer so many benefits with such little…

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