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Light is the new Sleep!

Using light to sleep better   You could say I am obsessed with using light to support my patient’s treatment whether they have insomnia, sleep apnoea, narcolepsy, nightmares…. Light is SO influential on our sleep wake cycles. It helps regulate melatonin production (sleepy hormone which we need to prepare our bodies for sleep) when used […]

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Sleepy lawyers, accountants and business owners – Listen up!

Poor sleep and work risk are inextricably linked “It is common for us to look at bad decision making at work as being caused by poor training, organizational politics or the work environment. The answer could be much simpler – a lack of sleep.” The Three Mile Island nuclear meltdown, the Chernobyl nuclear explosion, the […]

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Light as a sleep aid? The Lumie Dawn Simulator

Light as a sleep aid?   As an insomnia specialist delivering a sleep therapy that uses no products or drugs to be effective, it is rare to come across something supplementary that I feel is worth exploring. That is, apart from light. And I use it all the time to treat patients. As its free […]

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Shift work, the Sleepyhead guide

How to: shift work   Shift work almost always affects how well we sleep, but it can be the way we try to cope that actually perpetuates the sleep problems. Try out the Sleepyhead guide to get the most out of your sleep when doing shift work.   Before: When on normal daytime patterns, keep […]

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Wound up before sleep? How to wind down quickly

Wound up before sleep? Find out how to wind down quickly and get snoozing.. We all find it hard to wind down sometimes, making it difficult for us to fall asleep. Thankfully, YouTube and other online sources have become a vast library for the non-sleepers, full of audios that might help us to relax. And, […]

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The Sleep Cheat Sheet – Sleepyhead Sleep Expert

The Sleep Cheat Sheet – Written by a Sleep Expert Check out Sleepyhead’s sleep expert Stephanie’s new Huffington Post blog page and her first article on how to sleep well quickly and with no fuss or read below! So can you tell me how to sleep?’ That’s pretty much the first thing people say when […]

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The Sleep Environment: Bedding

The sleep environment: bedding     How important is it to maintain an appropriate sleeping environment (your bedroom)? Do we really need to give it much thought? Don’t we just get tired and pass out? If you think like this then good for you- it sounds like your sleep is great! But is it? It’s […]

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Viv’s 4 week Journey – treating her insomnia at Sleepyhead Clinic

Viv’s Journey, a patient of Sleepyhead Clinic – treating her long term insomnia at Sleepyhead Clinic Before the course started This evening I start my first session of insomnia treatment online with Stephanie Romiszewski who is a Sleep Physiologist at the Sleepyhead Clinic in Exeter. I am both excited and nervous as I begin this […]

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How to sleep well this Christmas

The Christmas snooze…   During Christmas time we often take on different routines, eat and drink more and have more late nights than we are used to – adults and children alike. Mostly an enjoyable time we can sometimes feel overwhelmed, pressured and stressed. This cocktail of festive factors can sometimes affect our health and […]

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Sleep well this winter

Sleep well this winter   The days are getting darker and winter is creeping in. This encourages earlier bed times and difficulty getting up in the morning. We even know that the transition to increased darkness can cause feelings of depression and can even lead to Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Is it possible to keep […]

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A fab article by my trainer back at Harvard Med Dr Duffy, on when you burn the most calories (late afternoon) and how influential our circadian rhythms are! It highlights why consistent behaviour is SO important - in sleep, eating, everything! https://t.co/pn0UJZakxq

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