Through the winter months, how often do we long for bright mornings and longer evenings? From Sunday, we are about to get those when the hour goes forward at 1am. While we might rejoice that spring is here, it unfortunately means an hour’s less sleep for us and our children and our body clock may need a little adjustment time.
Legal & General employees got some useful sleep advice for their children’s sleep problems during a 2 hour sleep session run by The Sleep Works. One dad-to-be attended to glean some tips for future reference!
We discussed why certain problems occur with children’s sleep, the most common sleep issues for various ages and how to handle them,
Radio 1’s Scott Mills and Chris Stark are giving up something very important to support this year’s Comic Relief: sleep.
It’s official…according to the latest research, women need on average 20 minutes more sleep than men. It seems that as women generally multi task more than men (and yes, that is a generalisation), this uses up more brain power leading us to need a longer period of sleep.
While we may need more sleep than men,
Maryanne answers sleep questions from the public on Rachel Burden’s phone-in show on BBC Radio 5 Live. Lots of people phoning in with problems getting to sleep, waking very early in the morning and unable to get back to sleep, or the 3-year-old with sleep issues. Maryanne gives lots of useful tips on here so have a listen from 9 minutes,
TOP TIPS FOR A GREAT NIGHT’S SLEEP FROM HABITAT’S SLEEPOVER EVENT
A little consideration goes a long way when designing the perfect space to rest, rejuvenate and revive tired minds and bodies.
MARYANNE TAYLOR, THE SLEEP WORKS
Maintain a consistent daily schedule.
New research shows that our economy is suffering because of the poor sleeping habits of our workforces.
Tired employees not getting the sleep they need and being less productive as a result are costing the UK economy tens of billions each year, according to new research published this week.
‘The baby’s going to wake up even EARLIER’
‘What time should I put my child down to sleep in the evening?’
‘What will happen with naps?’
We know it’s going to happen yet for some parents it can cause mild panic at the thought of the disruption to their child’s sleep patterns.