Tag: sleep

How Does Snoring Affect Your Marriage?

If your spouse snores, and it disrupts your ability to get a good night's rest, how does that affect your marriage over the long...

Snoring May Directly Contribute to Cardiovascular Health Problems

Australia -- Jason Amatoury, Neuroscience Research Australia There’s nothing quite like the sound of snoring as the ultimate sleep interrupter. But...

Quote of the Day

Sleep is that golden chain that ties health and our bodies together. -- Thomas Dekker

Eight hours is enough – more sleep could lead to an early grave

Dorothy Bruck, Victoria University Sleep is vital for good health but more of it may not always be better for everyone. Research recently published in...

How Much Sleep Do You Actually Need?

Watch this informative video to find out if you're getting enough sleep, and the science behind why sacrificing sleep (or sleeping too much) could...

Health Check: five ways to get a better night’s sleep

We devote around seven to eight hours to sleep each night in adulthood and ten to 12 hours in childhood. This amounts to around 200,000 hours in our first 60 years of life.

Why children who sleep more get better grades

Sleep plays a fundamental role in the way we learn. Emerging evidence makes a compelling case for the importance of sleep for language learning, memory, executive function, problem solving and behaviour during childhood.