You are not alone.
Lying in bed, restless and trying to get to sleep (or back to sleep), it’s easy to imagine you’re the only one who’s wide awake and the rest of the country is resting soundly.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
One in five people have difficulty sleeping. Millions of Google searches are done (late at night) on sleeping disorders and remedies.
Below we’ve compiled some interesting stories by journalists who have investigated the topic. Please have a look and, of course, feel free to get in touch with us so that you can be one of the first to hear when LightSleeper is available to buy.
A sleepless night in a sleep clinic William Hamilton, a journalist with the New York Times, describes a sleepless night at a sleep clinic.
Sleep linked with diabetes There is increasing evidence linking lack of sleep to conditions such as diabetes.
Sleep could cause obesity ‘A reduction in the time people spend asleep could partly account for soaring obesity rates’.
Pupils ‘depressed’ by poor sleep Research has found a link between lack of sleep and depression in children.
Sleep Disorders Dr. Mark Porter leads a discussion on sleep disorders and the use of sleeping pills and their side effects.