Parasomnias can range from sleep walking, sleep talking, night terrors and nightmares to more common conditions such as restless leg syndrome. These parasomnias can be quite problematic and disrupt the sleep of both the sufferer and their bed partner.Read More

Restless Leg Syndrome: Everything You Need to Know

01 Jan, 1970 | Posted in 0 By

Martin Simon

Restless leg syndrome (RLS) is nothing to be sniffed at. Although a common sleep disorder, affecting approximately five out of 100 people at some time in their life, it can be highly distressing and harder to treat then you might think. Those with RLS have a constant desire to move their legs to stop uncomfortable leg sensations such as tingling, creeping, crawling or aching.Read More
Driver fatigue causes approximately 20% of road fatalities, according to Vic Roads Road Accident Facts, with a staggering 30% of severe single-vehicle crashes in rural areas involving driver fatigue. In fact, the more severe the crash, the more likely it is due to fatigue.Read More

Want to feel superhuman? Pay off your sleep debt!

01 Jan, 1970 | Posted in 0 By

Martin Simon

According to psychiatrist William C Dement, founder of the Stanford University Sleep Clinic, “When you put away sleep debt, you become superhuman.” That almost unimaginable thought is, for many of us, probably all we need to take this issue seriously! And seriously we should - with adequate sleep drastically improving our health, well-being and mental clarity.Read More

Sleep hygiene: 8 must-read tips for a better night’s sleep

01 Jan, 1970 | Posted in 0 By

Martin Simon

Without adequate sleep, life is not the same. Yet, many of us don’t do what is necessary to give ourselves the best possible chance of a good night’s sleep. So if sleepless nights are a problem for you, or you have a hard time getting into that sleep cycle, here are some important tips.Read More
As vital as air to breathe and food to eat, we rely on sleep for so much of our health and well-being. Go without sleep and your brain and body simply can’t function normally.Read More

Healthy Sleeping Positions: Relieve Your Pain and Sleep Well!

05 Nov, 2015 | Posted in 0 By

Martin Simon

Your sleeping position can have a big effect on the quality of your sleep – and consequently, your overall health. Usually, we don’t think about the way we sleep unless we’re struck down with an ailment. Whether it’s physical aches and pains, such as back pain or problems such as sleep apnoea or indigestion, it’s important to address these issues so that we can get enough sleep.Read More