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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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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29 Nov 2016

Sleep Hacks Making The Most Out Of Your Sleep

SLEEP is a vital part of your life – around a third of your life is spent sleeping. It is responsible for a host of benefits, ultimately improving your immune system, brain functions and overall health. When you are asleep, your brain runs through five different cycles that are, as…

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The average cost of a new mattress over its lifetime costs less than one cup of coffee per week?