So while this is not exactly about sleep, as a sleep consultant I always recommend incorporating some form of regular exercise into our lives. But what if you’re not a natural exerciser and even the thought of pounding on a treadmill leaves you breathless? Why not try out an exercise class which I,
Summer is almost over – no more late nights. If your little cherub is back at school already you may have struggled this week with bedtimes. Even the most routine-led parent loosens the reigns somewhat over the summer holidays. Late afternoon outings, long bright summer evenings and relaxed bedtimes are what summer holidays are all about.
We answered questions from Top Sante readers about various sleep issues. One reader is waking up very early in the morning and struggles to get back to sleep, another has started snoring, and someone finds it difficult to keep cool at night which disturbs her sleep.
Anyone with a teenager (or pre-teen…) at home will be well versed in the ‘get off your phone!’ mantra. It’s an epidemic amongst these guys – whatsapp, Instagram, snapchat…words we had never even heard of just a few years ago. Contrary to what my own teen thinks, I will admit that it’s not all negative.
You know how it is… we wait all winter for the hour change, bringing us brighter mornings and evenings, and the promise of warmer weather on the way, but on the flip side, it can also bring sleep disruption for children (and adults too, for that matter), in the form of stressful bedtimes,
Sleep deprivation is not just about ‘feeling tired’. It can also cause serious problems in both personal life and in the workplace.
Modern lifestyles are often defined by long working hours, continuous use of mobile technology, and the need to function across different time zones. All of these are significant contributors to sleep problems,