WORK—PLAY—SLEEP—REPEAT

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SKIPPING SLEEP VS. GETTING DRUNK—WHAT MAKES FOR A WORSE DAY AT THE OFFICE?

There are more similarities between being sleepy and being drunk than we might realise. Though most of us would not show up at the office intoxicated, we might not be so careful when it comes to getting enough sleep. To be mentally sharp and alert we need sleep. Sleep loss impacts neurocognitive functions like short-term memory and more complex mental tasks such as multi-tasking, decision-making and problem-solving in much the same way as alcohol does.

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NEW YEAR, NEW SLEEP HABITS, NEW YOU

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Make sleep a priority in 2018 and you’ll reap the benefits all year round

It’s that time again—a time not just to recover from the excesses of the holiday season but also to think about the positive steps we can take to make the year ahead one of our best yet. Losing weight, doing more exercise, keeping healthy, staying relaxed and being more successful at work are just some of the most popular New Year’s resolutions.

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EAT YOUR WAY TO A BETTER NIGHT’S SLEEP

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THE RIGHT FOOD AND DRINKS CAN MAKE YOUR NIGHTS A DREAM

What we eat and drink can have a big impact on our sleep quality. Most of us know that drinking coffee in the afternoon/evening can make it more difficult for us to fall asleep but there are many other types of food and drink that either make us sleepy or keep us awake. 

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Sleep deeper at the right degree (°C)

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SLEEP BETTER BY MAINTAINING THE RIGHT TEMPERATURE FOR SLEEP

Our sleep is closely linked to the circadian rhythm of our body’s core temperature. Without our body undergoing the necessary temperature changes we cannot fall asleep and if our body is not at the right temperature throughout the night our sleep quality will suffer. To fall asleep our core temperature needs to drop and our skin temperature needs to increase.

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Don’t sweat it!

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THE LOW-DOWN ON NIGHT SWEATS

Ever woken up in the night to find yourself totally sweaty? Damp, clammy and your sleepwear and sheets soaked through? You’re not alone. A study has shown that a third of patients visiting their local doctor complained of night sweats. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg; how many others of us are suffering from night sweats that we haven’t reported?

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Race against the clock for sleep deprivation

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WHAT NOBEL PRIZE-WINNERS CAN TELL US ABOUT SLEEP AND OUR HEALTH

This has been a week to celebrate for Nobel prize-winners Jeffrey Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael Young but an unpleasant wake-up call for those suffering from sleep deprivation. The prize-winners’ research shows that sleep, and sleeping well at night, are key to our health and wellbeing.

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SLEEP IN, STAY THIN

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CAN SLEEPING LONGER AT THE WEEKEND HELP YOU LOSE WEIGHT?

Sleeping in at the weekend is scientifically proven to reduce the risk of weight gain; offering yet another reason to stay in bed longer! Regardless of how much we sleep during the week getting some extra sleep at the weekend is linked with a lower BMI. Sleep disturbances and a lack of sleep has been clearly connected with increased body weight.

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STAY ON TOP BY STAYING IN BED

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THE MORE SENIOR YOU ARE, THE LESS SLEEP YOU ARE LIKELY TO GET

Are you moving up the corporate ladder because you don’t need a lot of sleep? Or are you skipping sleep to move up the ladder?

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TURN OFF YOUR PHONE & TUNE IN TO YOUR SLEEP

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IS MY PHONE RUINING MY SLEEP?

Guilty as charged! I admit that I used to keep my phone next to my bed and it turns out that I’m not the only one. Studies from the US show that 95% of people are using their phone just before going to sleep and 90% of 18-29 year olds sleep with their smartphones. As people grow older their fondness for keeping their phone next to their bed decreases but still 70% of 30 to 49 year olds do so. Half of people in the same survey said that they check their phones immediately if they wake up during the night.

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Why sleep is the best exercise to get fit

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SLEEP TO STAY FIT

Most of us have heard that doing sports can help to improve our sleep quality but did you know that sleep also helps you to get fit? Getting more and better quality sleep really can help you improve your athletic performance, regardless of your level and preferred sport. Research shows that sleeping better can help you improve your speed, accuracy and reaction time when doing sports. In an experiment conducted at Stanford University the college’s basketball team slept on average 2 hours per night longer over the period of a few months. The added hours really paid off on the court, both in the team’s results and their mood.

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