Category Archives: Sleep

Is Sleep Apnoea Disrupting your Sleep?

Blog at a Glance Sleep Apnoea is a common condition disrupting the sleep and quality of life for one in seven people worldwide. If you, your child or partner snore or wake often through the night you could be suffering from Sleep Apnoea. Read our blog below to help you identify the signs and symptoms […]

Managing Menopause for a Better Night’s Sleep

Blog at a Glance Menopause is a completely natural biological process that marks the permanent end of fertility and menstruation. Research shows Menopause can disrupt women’s sleep patterns experiencing shorter sleep times of up to two hours and lighter sleep when compared to non-menopausal women. Sleep can be disrupted by menopausal symptoms such as feeling […]

Take it to Heart, Sleep Matters

Blog at a Glance February marks Heart Health Awareness Month and this month we are asking you to show your heart some love and take action to prioritise your sleep. Take it to heart, sleep matters with sleep deprivation linked to numerous heart problems including high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart attack, obesity, diabetes, and […]

Traumatic Childhood Experiences and Sleep disruptions in Adult women – a proven connection

The Sleep Research Society have published an in-depth article* linking traumatic childhood experiences (TCE’s) and poor sleep in adult women. Some previous studies conducted have been limited to physical and sexual abuse and the effects on sleep duration, and some that have included physical neglect. This study looks at multiple traumas and their independent as […]

The Power of Essential Oils for Sleep – Aromatherapy

Essential oils have been used for hundreds of years around the world and have gained recent popularity with research highlighting the array of health benefits that these potent liquids possess. The power of essential oils is best seen in the practice of aromatherapy, a non-invasive healing modality that has shown to have therapeutic effects on […]