Sleep & Shift Work

People working night shifts have higher incidences of, among other things; heart attacks, depression, gastrointestinal problems and, in women, breast cancer. There is data to show that shift work can actually shorten one’s life span.

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Samantha Jackson
Sleep & Diet

As a general guideline, having a balanced diet is essential to a refreshing night’s sleep and eating too much fatty food too close to bedtime can lead to indigestions and heartburn. Once asleep, your body will also find it more difficult to burn the calories which were in your dinner, as your metabolism will slow down during the night.

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Sleep and Snoring

Although people who snore loudly are frequently the target of bad jokes and the occasional victims of middle-of-the-night elbow thrusts, snoring is no laughing matter.

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Kathryn Ohara
Sleep and Well-being

When we are sleeping, our bodies are working hard to repair, restore and rejuvenate to prepare us both mentally and physically for the next day. A good sleep doesn’t only allow our bodies to heal, but our brains too.

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Kathryn Ohara