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: The unascertained necessity

    10th Dec 14

    “There is good evidence that sleep acts like a glue that holds memories together – that it’s important for memory consolidation, and the flip side, forgetting,” says Associate Professor Kurt Lushington, director of the Centre for Sleep Research at the University of South Australia.

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  • NHMRC Recipients

    24th Oct 14

    On 17 October 2014, the outcomes of several major National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia funding schemes were announced. A total of 8 sleep and circadian related project grants were awarded.

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  • Snoring likely to be in your genes

    9th Oct 14

    Dr Michael Hlavac, NZ Branch Committee chairman of the Australasian Sleep Association and director of the sleep unit at Christchurch Hospital, said about 20 per cent of adults had sleep apnoea. It was twice as common in men.

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