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19 Sep 2019

Rise & Shine! Good sleep starts the moment you wake up.

There’s nothing better than crawling into bed at a reasonable hour, snuggling into your familiar sheets, closing your eyes, and then drifting easily and soundly into a 7 to 8-hour sleep. To achieve this, many of us adhere to a strict bedtime routine. For others, it comes easily and naturally.…

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12 Sep 2019

Unblocking the truth: How allergies and asthma affect sleep

Allergies; our body’s hypersensitive reactions to pesky irritants that come into contact with our body. Usually making contact through our nasal passage, allergies can cause nasal congestion, sneezing, itchy watery eyes, runny nose and worst of all – poor sleep. In Australia and New Zealand alone, allergies affect around 18% of…

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23 May 2019

How sleep affects you immunity

When it comes to your health, sleep plays an important role. While more sleep won’t necessarily prevent you from getting sick, skimping on it could adversely affect your immune system, leaving you susceptible to a bad cold or case of the flu.  To keep yourself sniffle-free this season, here’s what…

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05 Apr 2019

How Exercise Impacts Sleep Quality

As daylight savings sadly draws to an end and the evenings start to fade away into the darkness, grab your neglected trainers and treat yourself to a much-deserved morning work out, after all, your body will naturally continue to wake at the time it is used to, giving you that…

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07 Mar 2019

Stop Sleepless Nights Repeating On You

Acid reflux robs you of valuable sleep. This unpalatable condition occurs when the contents of your stomach splash backwards into your oesophagus. A trademark burning sensation in the chest usually accompanies reflux. Unfortunately, this common digestive complaint affects a large portion of the adult population. Seven in ten Australians suffer from acid reflux or heartburn at…

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13 Jul 2018

Can Poor Sleep Cause High Blood Pressure? 

High blood pressure (hypertension) is the most common condition of the circulatory system. The condition is often called a ‘silent killer’ because it can go undetected if blood pressure isn’t checked and can result in heart conditions and stroke. According to the Heart Foundation, 32% of Australians aged 18 years and over have high blood pressure, which is defined…

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24 Jun 2018

Shining Daylight on Depression  

Depression is now one of the most diagnosed diseases in the world. It’s currently estimated that one in ten people are on some form of anti-depressant. By contrast, there seems to be little public understanding of the nature of depression or the treatments available.   According to Black Dog Institute1, a number of…

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23 Jun 2018

Dream your way to success

Australians seem to have little interest in dreams. Maybe it's because dreams "aren't real" that we see no value in them — or perhaps it's the apparent obscurity of some dreams that puts us off. Either way, the end result is that we tend to ignore our dreams — which…

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22 Apr 2018

Back in Trouble 

Niggle. Twinge. Pang. Never put lower back pain on the back burner. It doesn’t matter whether you feel an occasional grumble or carry a painful ache with you always. Lower back pain is your call to action, and, if you fail to respond, you will only be setting yourself and your health…

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29 Mar 2018

How a Lack of Sleep Can Increase Your Stress  

Sleep and Stress Having too much stress in your life can make it difficult to fall asleep and get and good night’s sleep. The relationship between stress and sleep, however, is a two-way street   — not getting enough sleep can be the cause of stress.   This correlation has been shown in…

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