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Dormeo Summer of Sport: Wimbledon

Dormeo Summer of Sport: Wimbledon
For the first time in 3 years, before the world shut down, Wimbledon tennis tournament is back! In the never-ending search to gain an edge, players are beginning to understand that something we all take for granted could be the key to improving their performance; a good night’s sleep. A night of ...

Platinum Jubilee - 70 Years Of Sleep

70 Years Of Better Sleep Her Majesty the Queen has been on the throne for 70 years. As the longest serving Monarch of this country, Queen Elizabeth II has witnessed wars, riots, international disasters, the rise and fall of the Spice Girls, and has seen 14 Prime Ministers come and go. Since her ...

How To Sleep Well at Daylight Saving Time

How To Sleep Well at Daylight Saving Time
Antiquated inconvenience or practical necessity? Whatever your feelings toward daylight saving time (DST), it’s a fascinating concept that – implausibly – links Coldplay’s Chris Martin, Benjamin Franklin, and King Edward VII. Really. But more on that later. Heralding both the beginning ...

Best Cities for Sleep

Best Cities for Sleep
Sleep is precious. Not only is it the best medicine, but it can also be one of the most relaxing times of the day. Snuggling up in a fluffy duvet is the thing we dream about during our working day. However, where you live can be a significant factor on your sleep quality. ...

Study: Staff sleep better when they get more natural light at work

Study: Staff sleep better when they get more natural light at work
New research has found that people who work in offices that get high levels of natural light sleep for an average of 37 more minutes each night and are better at decision making. The study, which was carried out by researchers at the University of Illinois, saw 30 workers spend a week in ...

3 common sleep myths to forget about

3 common sleep myths to forget about
We've all heard that cheese before bed gives you nightmares, alcohol can help you get a better night's rest, and that we need eight hours of sleep each night, but is this true? In some cases, these claims are little more than old wives' tales and by following some, you could actually be ...

Living with a sleepwalker: How should you handle it?

Living with a sleepwalker: How should you handle it?
Picture the scene: you wake up during the night because of a strange sound — is someone making something in the kitchen at 3am? You go to the kitchen to find your partner clumsily banging pots and pans together in the dark and they don't seem to be awake — they're sleepwalking. This ...

The circadian rhythm: What is it and how does it affect us?

The circadian rhythm: What is it and how does it affect us?
Have you ever wondered how your body knows when it should feel tired and when it should feel more awake? Between closing our eyes in the evening and waking to your alarm in the morning, it's easy to assume that we have total control over our own sleeping patterns. However, while we do ...

New study highlights importance of work-sleep balance

New study highlights importance of work-sleep balance
Sleeping for just 16 minutes less than normal in a single night is enough to seriously impact your performance at work the following day, according to new research. The sleep study, carried out by experts at the University of Florida and published in the Sleep Health journal, surveyed ...

Night terrors in children: What are they and what can you do?

Night terrors in children: What are they and what can you do?
Compared to adults, nightmares and night terrors are more commonplace among children, often causing disturbed sleep for parents as they try to reassure their little one and lull them back to sleep. However, despite having many similarities, nightmares and night terrors are very different. While ...

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