Topic | Sleep | The Sydney Morning Herald
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Although the scientific literature makes a compelling case that our pets are good for us in many ways, research into the effects of co-sleeping is more limited.
- by Tara Parker-Pope
We’ve all been there – awake at 3am – but while some of us can go back to sleep easily, for others it can feel impossible.
- by Colin Espie
Constantly chop and change your bedtime and your wake time? Chances are it’s messing with the quality of your sleep.
- by Guy Meadows
Advances in medical research offer new evidence that daylight saving time could be harmful – and governments overseas are taking note.
- by Caitlin Fitzsimmons
Into the dreamworld: author Charlotte Wood on bucking the rules
- by Charlotte Wood
Many factors come into play here including who was the show instigator and their sleep level.
- by Danny Katz
My pillow is the only one I can fall asleep on, yet my wife often takes it. Given the sliding-from-under-her-head trick never ends well, what can I do?
- by Danny Katz
Honouring your natural daily hormone fluctuations can help keep your sleep on track. Here’s how to do it.
- by Leigh Weingus
Caffeine has a well-justified reputation for being an energy booster, but becoming too dependent on it will have the opposite effect.
- by Wudan Yan
Magnesium is often touted as an antidote to poor sleep and while some doctors say it is fine to take the supplement for certain sleep disruptions, the evidence for its sleep-inducing benefits is thin.
- by Anahad O'Connor
New York University alleges Resmed has illegally used the university’s science to create the AirSense10 machine, one of its best-selling products.
- by Sarah Danckert