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Babies Who Don't Sleep
Babies Who Don't Sleep
Babies wake during the day and night. Babies wake when they need attention but normally find it easy to fall asleep again. Many parents find it difficult to sleep with…...
Body Clock and Sleep
Body Clock and Sleep
Our body clock is controlled by Circadian Rhythms. These affect us throughout our lives and influence when we sleep. These may be disrupted at different stages of life…...
Can Genetics Play a Part in Insomnia?
Can Genetics Play a Part in Insomnia?
Is Insomnia genetic? We separate the facts from the myths and offer practical advice on ways to cure your Insomnia...
Effect of Decreased Melatonin on Sleep
Effect of Decreased Melatonin on Sleep
Melatonin is a hormone secreted in the brain that allows us to maintain a cycle of sleep and wake .Research has suggested that the effects of decreased melatonin on…...
Foods Which Impair Sleep
Foods Which Impair Sleep
Food can affect sleep. Some foods are best avoided during the hours before bedtime. By eliminating some foods and adjusting meal times it is possible to improve the…...
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Insomnia
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Insomnia
Post-traumatic stress disorder occurs after a major event and can leave sufferers dealing with insomnia. Fortunately, there are ways to address the disorder and get a…...
Shift Work and Sleep
Shift Work and Sleep
Shift work can cause serious sleep problems, sometimes resulting in long term health problems. If you can't avoid it, knowing how to look after yourself can make it…...
Using Alcohol As A Sleeping Aid
Using Alcohol As A Sleeping Aid
Alcohol may make you feel drowsy but is likely to keep you awake during the night. Alcohol Dependency will affect your health and your ability to sleep. By recognising…...
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