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Whether you’ve just had a couple of rough nights or you’re a chronic insomniac, living with the effects of poor sleep can be a huge challenge. Over time both your physical and mental health are likely to suffer, with issues extending far beyond simply feeling groggy. But the good news is that thanks to the…

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Some people seem to be able to sleep through resurfacing works or a full brass band but most of us would struggle when it comes to sleeping in a noisy environment. So what can you try if traffic noise keeps you awake all night or your neighbour’s dog keeps barking until dawn? The answer could…

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There is still so much about sleep that scientists don’t fully understand and REM sleep is particularly challenging. It’s so important and yet so much about why it happens remains a mystery, even though it takes up around 25% of our sleep every night. But just what is REM sleep? The human sleep cycle is…

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The technical name for sleepwalking is “somnambulism” and it is essentially when a person walks around whilst in deep sleep. It’s most common in children but is also suffered at times by adults, especially by those who are stressed or sleep deprived. Sleepwalkers don’t usually wake up whilst they’re sleepwalking and generally have no recollection…

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We’ve all had dreams we wish were real. Maybe we won a couple of million on the lottery or bumped into a film star in the pub - but then the alarm clock goes off. Sadly however, not all dreams are memorable for the right reasons. Sometimes dreams can be scary, haunting, or leave you…

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Also known as Willis-Ekbom disease, Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) is a neurological disorder where suffers endure an irresistible urge to move or stretch the muscles in their legs to stop peculiar sensations or discomfort. Some people describe it as feeling like you have ants under your skin. Although often harmless it can be very unpleasant,…

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Think napping’s just for babies and cats? Think again! A well-timed nap can do wonders for our health and wellbeing at any age. After all, there’s nothing nicer than a cosy afternoon nap, especially after a long winter walk or a big Sunday lunch. Many people think that having an afternoon snooze will make you…

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Whether you’ve just started out with a few laps of the park, have recently completed a marathon, or you love a bit of energetic contact sport, sleep is vital to your athletic performance. Speak to any athlete, in any sport and they’ll tell you all about the different things it takes to excel. Many will…

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That age-old question - and if only we had the magic answer! There could be any number of things that wake your little one up at night, but we’ve put together some handy tips to help: Establish a short, simple bedtime routine from around three months old Include plenty of quiet time, turn off the…

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Many people are curious about this one and believe it's a bad idea to go to bed right after you eat – and they’d be right. Logically, it makes sense; when our bodies are trying to process the contents of a full stomach, sleep is virtually impossible. Plus, let's not forget the extra calories and…

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