Treat the torture of sleep deprivation

Sleep deprivation has been used throughout history as a form of torture and for good reason, the effects of drowsiness on a person’s health, mind and cognitive ability are debilitating. While sleep torture may officially be a thing of the dark ages millions of people are still being haunted by a good night sleep. In 

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6 surprising causes of insomnia and what you can do about it

It’s estimated that around 30 per cent of adults in western countries will experience insomnia – an inability to fall asleep, or enjoy quality sleep – at some point in their lifetime, yet very little is understood about this debilitating condition. Matthew Walker, director at University of California, Berkeley’s Center for Human Sleep Science links 

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Sleep quality and the case for melatonin

Increasingly sleep deprivation is being recognised by health professionals as having a significant impact on a person’s health. Matthew Walker, director at University of California, Berkeley’s Center for Human Sleep Science links sleep deprivation to a range of serious health issues¹ including cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, obesity, and poor mental health. He describes the implications of 

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