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Are you both tired and wired? Are you t’wired?

Rubin Naiman, Ph.D. writes for Huffington Post about the new form of sleeping problem, people being ‘t’wired’: “Because so many of us struggle nightly with inadequate sleep and dreams, we become chronically tired. At the same time, the excessive stimulation and hyperbole emblematic of modern life drives us to feel persistently wired. We are t’wired […]

The Guardian’s ‘Insomnia and me’ Series

The Guardian has a new series of articles titled ‘Insomnia and me’ in which a host of celebrities discuss their experiences of insomnia along with helpful tips to help you sleep. The Guardian are also encouraging people that suffer with insomnia to share their experiences with them. Read the series here.

Lose Sleep, Lose Your Mind And Health

The Huffington Post published a story featuring a shocking infographic that highlights just what lasting damage can be caused by a lack of sleep. Studies that The Huffington Post have included in their article show how sleep deprivation has been linked to: colorectal and breast cancer; increased obesity risk; increased mortality risk; brain tissue loss […]

Tablets and mobile phones blamed as more than 9 in 10 young people fail to get a good night’s sleep

Many young people are not getting the recommended seven hours’ sleep a night and mobile phones and tablets are being blamed due to the ‘blue light’ they emit. Researchers are now suggesting that we should turn our devices off at least two hours before going to bed as experts say the blue light impedes the […]

People suffering from insomnia or sleep deprivation are eight times more likely to have a stroke

A new study, which has been done in Taiwan over the course of four years, has established that adults under 40 years of age who suffer from insomnia or sleep deprivation are eight times more likely to have a stroke in comparison with those who do not suffer from any sleeping problems. The patients studied […]

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