• Debunking Sleep Myths

    There are so many myths around sleep that it can be hard to separate fact from fiction. Have you ever heard that eating cheese before bedtime causes nightmares? Or that rolling the window down when you’re driving will keep you wide awake?

  • Daytime Sleepiness: how much is too much?

    The urgent need to fall asleep during daytime can be an expected result for some of us after a bad night's sleep. Whilst many wouldn't be concerned with this occasional feeling, it can be an indicator of a sleep disorder and that medical help is needed. 
  • The links between sleep and the workplace

    Most of us would have experienced at least once how poor sleep quality can affect negatively our performance. We can easily feel our mood, energy levels and focus shift after a bad night, but there are other consequences to sleep deprivation that we should be aware of.

  • Is snoring dangerous?

    Besides being very common and usually disruptive, snoring can also be a symptom of underlying medical conditions or sleep disorders, like obstructive sleep apnea.