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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10th Jul 14
A new study, published in the journal Sleep Medicine, explains why interrupted sleep can be as physically detrimental as no sleep at all.
1st Jul 14
Interesting sleep related information from associated professional group [Australian Psychological Society]. Dr Sarah Blunden reviews the current evidence and practice of managing behavioural sleep issues and crying in infants and discusses the pro/con of the available interventions.
18th Jun 14
An hour of screen time immediately before bed is fine for most teenagers, according to research by an Australian university.