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11 December 2015, 08:40am
‘Why can’t I sleep?’
‘Why can’t I sleep?’

Chronic insomnia not only hampers one's ability to function effectively during the day, but can profoundly affect health.

9 December 2015, 08:17am
How sleep can help you remember
How sleep can help you remember

A research suggest people who have difficulty remembering names should try sleeping on it.

2 December 2015, 08:32am
Phones, tablets need sleep mode - experts
Phones, tablets need sleep mode - experts

New devices are being built with 'brighter' screens, which have an impact on the body's ability to produce sleep-inducing hormones.

20 November 2015, 10:45am
Weekend lie-in may not be good for you
Weekend lie-in may not be good for you

Having a lie-in at the weekend could raise the risk of diabetes and heart disease, say researchers.

6 November 2015, 6:00pm
How sleepwalkers feel no pain
How sleepwalkers feel no pain

Some sleepwalkers are so immune to pain that they can fall and break a leg but still not wake up, researchers say.

2 November 2015, 6:00pm
You're waking up wrong
You're waking up wrong

Seth Porges looks at why so many of us struggle to sleep soundly and wake up refreshed.

29 October 2015, 10:49am
Where has all the sleep gone?
Where has all the sleep gone?

Millions of adults get five hours' sleep a night at most, it emerged recently.

27 October 2015, 6:00pm
Sleeping less? Don’t blame modern life
Sleeping less? Don’t blame modern life

People in technologically primitive cultures get no more sleep than the rest of us, research shows.

23 October 2015, 6:00pm
When snoring sparks a war in the bedroom
When snoring sparks a war in the bedroom

Three couples whose marriages are under pressure because of snoring tell Sadie Nicholas their bedtime stories.