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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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Whether you’re struggling to juggle your work and home life or you’re simply finding the land of nod is just out of reach every night, trying to manage on less and less sleep may feel inevitable. But even a small amount of sleep loss can have a very negative impact on your energy levels, mood,…

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Whether it’s a creamy latte, a shot of espresso, a milky hot chocolate or a delicious cup of sugary tea, most of us have a go-to hot drink to wake us up or relax with. But what’s the main ingredient of many of our favourite drinks? Caffeine. Caffeine is a stimulant and is, in fact,…

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Time and again, studies are showing that our kids are just not getting the sleep they require leading to a hoard of overtiredness issues. With some 30-40% of children under the age of 11 (and more in older teens) are not sleeping enough, you are not alone if you are worried about your child’s sleep…

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Sleeping soundly is vital to both our physical and mental wellbeing at any age, but throughout the developmental stages in our lives it is particularly important our sleep is of high quality. Young adults are more tired than most, with many studies suggesting teens require some 8-10 hours a night for optimal functioning and healthy…

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Sleep is trending in the workout world. Fitness tracking apps and devices are increasingly recording our sleep patterns as a standard feature, vital to our health. With all the high-tech workout and recovery tools available to you, should a good night’s sleep be our first investment? How can sleep help physical performance? Sleep for sport…

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The strain Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, can vary from person to person. Around 3% of the population suffering at a more severe, debilitating level and around 20% experiencing milder symptoms, which can still have an unpleasant affect on how we feel. It is no wonder we call it Winter Depression. SAD does share many…

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