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Latest news: Sleep

What kind of tired are you?

Why am I tired? Is a question we often ask ourselves, Wesley Smith helps you find the cause and the cure for your lack of sleep.

Cuddle buddy, should you let pets sleep in the bed?

How close is too close when it comes to how we share our lives with the furriest members of the family? Lets find out.

Exercise at the heart of a good night’s sleep: UniSA study

A world first study from the University of South Australia shows that getting a good night’s sleep is tied to how you structure your day, with exercise at the heart of sleep quality.

Tired but wired? Time to press the reset button

Can’t switch off? Feeling on edge and irritable? Desperate for a really good night’s sleep, the kind where you wake up feeling refreshed and ready for the day? You’re not alone.

Ample sleep can delay onset of dementia, ANU study finds

A recent study by researchers at The Australian National University has shown that the right amount of sleep becomes even more important to brain health upon reaching middle age.

Bad dreams and sleep hygiene with Dr Vivienne Lewis at UC

The internet is saturated with ‘Dreams you shouldn’t ignore’, but what does psychology say about signs that dreams should be addressed in reality? University of Canberra's Dr Vivienne Lewis discusses how stress and anxiety can play out while we sleep.

Inside & out: Ikea festival, native florals, and sleepy scents

The latest in news, trends, and happenings for the home... Ikea stores are celebrating their showcase festival and a native floral homewares range launched in collaboration with the Victorian Royal Botanic Gardens.

Sleep routines set kids up for success at school

As we near a new school term, UniSA sleep experts say it’s time to settle kids back into a regular sleep routine.

Canberra voted best city in the world to sleep

We all need it, but does where you live affect your nightly kip? Turns out it does, and Canberra is the best city in the world to sleep.

Better sleep improves mental health

Mental health issues and sleep problems are two sides of the same coin, according to Chair of the Sleep Health Foundation, Professor Shantha Rajaratnam. Professor Rajaratnam has launched the Foundation’s latest research Fact...

More sleep or more exercise: the best time trade-offs for children’s health

More sleep could offset children’s excess indulgence over school holidays as new research from the University of South Australia shows the same health benefits may be achieved by either extra sleep or extra exercise.

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