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Working from home? Maintain healthy sleep with these 5 tips

Working from home? Maintain healthy sleep with these 5 tips

Last week on a call with a colleague to arrange the date for our next virtual meeting, we both had trouble remembering what day it was. "The days are all merging into one" she said. That's what happens when defining structures are removed. It's a bit like going on a...

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Why, for success in 2020, you need sound sleep on your side

Why, for success in 2020, you need sound sleep on your side

It’s New Years Eve and although I’m at my desk now, I’ll be finishing early so I can spend the afternoon cooking for a special dinner this evening.  And then that’s it - tomorrow morning I’m hiding the wine and freezing any remaining cake and pudding 🙂 I love...

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A sleep success story

A sleep success story

Today I’d like to share a success story with you. Not because I want to blow my own trumpet (although what's wrong with that now and then?) but it can be hugely reassuring when you’re struggling to sleep to hear about others who’ve been in the same situation - and...

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Sleep and Worry: Is it true? Are you sure?

Sleep and Worry: Is it true? Are you sure?

Recently,  I've been re-evaluating my approach to work realising that I was trying to do too much, with too little focus. I don't feel particularly smart admitting it but it's a fairly common human failing that I'm sure you'll recognise. One of the steps I've put in...

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Why you are more likely to flip after a bad night’s sleep

Why you are more likely to flip after a bad night’s sleep

It’s common sense that lack of sleep makes you more irritable, more likely to react angrily to people and situations. We see this clearly in young children. In the early stages of learning to moderate her reactions, a tired toddler will rub her eyes, cry inconsolably...

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Sleep and Stress – how to break the cycle

Sleep and Stress – how to break the cycle

In this post In take a look at the interaction between stress and insomnia.If you are both stressed and not sleeping well, it can be hard to see the wood for the trees (not least because you are completely drained by daytime stress and night time sleep...

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