Drink or two in the evening sets scene for nightmare sleep
7th Feb 13
While it is true that alcohol acts as a sedative, it also disrupts dreams and shakes up the sleep cycle. It reduces time spent in the stage of sleep understood to be the most restorative, the rapid eye movement, or REM, phase. Prolonged use of alcohol can cause insomnia, sleep apnoea and snoring.
7th Oct 15
22nd Sep 15
This webinar is now available to watch.
Presenter: Associate Professor Mark Howard
Facilitator: Dr Maree Barnes
16th Sep 15
The Australasian Sleep Association and Sleep Health Foundation have been honoured with a Distinguished Activity Award from the World Association of Sleep Medicine.