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29 September 2015, 10:31am
The many uses of two bedrooms
The many uses of two bedrooms

The latest must-have for the super-rich is to have a separate 'snoring room' to which they can banish their noisy partner.

18 September 2015, 3:30pm
Bedtime coffee can give you jetlag
Bedtime coffee can give you jetlag
Lifestyle

Drinking strong coffee in the evening can fool our body into thinking we are in a completely different time zone.

14 September 2015, 6:00pm
Go green for good sleep
Go green for good sleep

Researchers say we snooze better when we have access to nature, whether it is a beach, a park or a nice view.

11 September 2015, 6:00pm
Could the world of work start later?
Could the world of work start later?

Simmy Richman says theories about sleep are all very well - but there is the real world to contend with.

11 September 2015, 08:41am
UK schools asked to stagger start times
UK schools asked to stagger start times

Teenagers can lose as much sleep each week as doctors who work 24-hour shifts.

4 September 2015, 08:26am
When your mind's eye is blind
When your mind's eye is blind

Counting sheep to fall asleep doesn't come easily to everyone, and now scientists believe they have figured out why.

30 July 2015, 08:40am
Struggling to remember? Sleep on it
Struggling to remember? Sleep on it

Scientists believe sleep makes memories more accessible and sharpens our power of recall.

27 July 2015, 6:00pm
'Missed sleep can affect body clock'
'Missed sleep can affect body clock'

Staying up all night - or disrupted sleep - may have more serious health implications than was previously thought.

1 July 2015, 3:30pm
Little sleep equals poor heart
Little sleep equals poor heart

People with persistent sleep disorders have more than twice the risk of suffering a heart attack, according to scientists.