Tips and facts about sleep - The Sleep Health Foundation

The Sleep Health Foundation's Tips About Sleep provide interesting facts about sleep and some useful tips about how to make it better.

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Common Reasons Why People Don't Get Enough Sleep

Ten Common Sleep Disorders

Facts about Sleep

Common Mistakes Made with Sleep

Common Myths About Sleep

Sleep Tips for Children

Ten Tips for a Good Night's Sleep

Ten Tips to Help Your Baby Sleep Better

Ten Tips to Help Combat Jet Lag

Sleeping Beter in Your Hotel Room

Contributors Acknowledgement
The Sleep Health Foundation gratefully acknowledges the contribution of the following people in the production of our A-Z Information Sheets and Tip Sheets:

Dr Maree Barnes, Dr Shalini Bastiampillai, Professor Dorothy Bruck, Professor Peter Cistulli, Ms Sue Cranage, Dr David Cunnington, Dr Sally Ferguson, Associate Professor Andrew Francis, Dr Michael Gradisar, Professor David Hillman, Dr Harriet Hiscock, Dr Melinda Jackson, Dr Moira Junge, Associate Professor Gerard Kennedy, Dr Don Lewis, Dr Lindsay Morgan, Dr Emma Sciberras, Dr Andrew Thornton, Mr Alex Tully, Dr Lynnette Walpole.

Latest News

  • Sleep Apnoea linked to Memory Loss: Study

    17th Apr 15

    Dr Maree Barnes,  the incoming president of the Australasian Sleep Association talks about Sleep Apnoea and Memory Loss. Listen to the conversation here

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  • ResMed/SHF Scholarship

    15th Apr 15

    The ResMed Foundation/Sleep Health Foundation Research Entry Scholarship for 2015 has been awarded to Dr Anna Mohammadieh, ASA Member. Dr Mohammadieh will be using the Scholarship to research 'The Relationship between Obstructive Sleep Apnoea and Atrial Fibrillation'.

    The Australasian Sleep Association congratulates Dr Mohammadieh and looks forward to seeing the results of her efforts in the future.

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  • Australasian Sleep Association & Australian Psychological Society

    14th Apr 15

    As a member of the BMSD subcommittee I have been involved in coordinating the content for the APS Practice Certificate in Sleep Psychology. A working party was formed from within this subcommittee to meet with the APS Institute in late 2013 to plan the development and launch of an online certificate.

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