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28 Sep 2017

Benefits of Good Posture

Your posture affects many aspects of your emotional and physical health. Find out how good posture has a positive impact on your emotions, thinking ability and overall quality of life.   The Benefits of Good Posture Most of us know the results of bad posture first hand. Who among us…

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22 Aug 2017

Therapy Is More Effective than Medication for Insomnia

If you have chronic insomnia, you've probably tried exercise, reading before bed, magnesium tablets and a host of other things, and it is unlikely that these efforts paid off in full. At some point, you probably also considered that last resort, sleeping pills. Well, there is something that researchers and government health…

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12 Jul 2017

Tips for a good night’s sleep

There is nothing more painful than dragging your limp, tired body out of bed following a poor night's sleep. There are a number of causes for not making the most out of your sleep, and there are also a number of fixes.    BE REGULAR  Try creating (and maintaining) a…

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08 Jul 2017

Overheating at night? Check out these cool tips

  Getting too hot in bed is a drag. We have all experienced it, tossing and turning beneath sweat-soaked sheets. Of course, once you get to sleep the problem is solved — right? Unfortunately, evidence suggests otherwise. Bed temperatures that exceed 32ºC can affect REM (rapid eye movement) sleep, causing…

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30 Jun 2017

Joint Pain – Take the Hurt Out of Sleep 

You know the drill. You roll into bed at night hoping for a rejuvenating sleep when ouch! Twinge goes your back, hip or knee (or all three) to remind you that you suffer joint pain. The next day you feel as though you have done a few rounds in the ring with a…

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20 Apr 2017

Disturbing findings from new research reveals the health consequences of children’s snoring

New research from Monash University reveals the disturbing findings that children who snore are at a greater risk of long-term cardiovascular, neurocognitive and behavioural implications. It's the lower oxygen levels during the night that can affect a child’s cardiovascular and neurocognitive abilities, which the new research wants to bring to…

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09 Apr 2017

We are what we eat and how we sleep

Did you know that how we sleep and what we eat are two of the most fundamental areas that can impact our health?   We all know that getting a good night’s sleep is one of the best ways to ensure that we are ready to take on what the…

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