It’s reasonable to assume that a regular pattern of decent sleep can improve your sex drive. But is this really the most important consideration? Whilst balancing a demanding work life with a healthy social life can be challenging, most of us can fall into the trap of believing that meeting targets in the office whilst making time for the gym two to three times a week means we have it all worked out. Although this is in no way an illusion, it is possible that too much burning the candle at both ends can have incrementally detrimental effects on...
Do you struggle to get to sleep early on a Sunday in preparation for work after having a relaxing weekend with some much deserved lie ins? Do you need an alarm clock to wake you up during the week and still feel exhausted until that first caffeine hit? If the answer to either of these is yes, then you may be suffering from ‘social jetlag’.
In one of our recent blogs, we looked at some of the most common sleep questions asked on Google. We used our experience and expertise to offer answers which will hopefully help you achieve that most desirable of results: effective and consistent sleep. Here, we look at some more regularly asked queries and attempt again to clearly and concisely break down the best answers.
Despite significant advances in the science of sleep in recent decades, there are still a number of common myths and misinformation about sleep that often lead to poor sleep habits and consequentially insufficient sleep. It’s time to set the record straight on a few of these in the hope of a better night’s slumber.