We have all experienced that groggy feeling the day after a bad night’s sleep. While this may be a relatively infrequent occurrence for some people, for others, it can be a regular pattern, which becomes all-consuming and a defining aspect of their daily life. And sometimes it can go beyond that groggy feeling.
CBeebies has launched an online video to help kids wind down, which shows children walking through a forest, playing with bubbles and splashing in puddles. However there is some debate over whether screen time is the best way of getting kids to relax.
The ‘slow TV’ show is called ‘Daydreams’ and encourages kids to “take the time to notice the beauty in the world” by watching the earth’s elements: water,
Although the recent snow suggests otherwise, it’s now officially spring, meaning it’s time for the clocks to change. This year the clocks go forward on Sunday 25 March, meaning you’ll effectively lose an hour of sleep.
Each year, this switch to British Summer Time (BST) causes a range of surprising events across the country,
World Sleep Day is an annual event held as both a celebration of sleep and a call to action on important issues related to sleep. We at The Sleep Works have spoken to Sky News about our top 10 tips for a good night’s sleep.
If you’re struggling to get your little one to nap in the day, have you ever considered taking them outdoors? That’s what Hannah Rosalie, of Paddock Cottage nursery in West Sussex does with the children in her care, giving them what she calls a “full forest experience”.
Great live chat panel discussion today for The Guardian…check it out for so many great suggestions and tips on how to improve your sleep.
Drooping eyelids, heavy limbs and befuddled brain: there’s nothing more exhausting than having to work when you’ve had a restless night. Yet many of us have trouble getting a good night’s kip: one in three people are regularly affected by insomnia.