Can sleep quantity and quality help to improve brain health?

Discover how sleep improves brain health. Explore the science behind sleep, the stages of sleep, and its impact on memory, cognition, and emotions

The five fatal flaws in your plan to fall asleep

Battling to fall asleep? Make sure you’re not making any of these five mistakes.

What happens when we don’t sleep?

Learn how powerful sleep is and why it is the bedrock of all healthy habits. In this post, we investigate the science behind sound slumber and the dangers of neglecting sleep.

How sleep changes as we age

Sleep is essential for your well-being. Learn how it changes as we age and the impact of sleep deprivation on brain health with insights from case studies.

Getting a good night's sleep can help reduce dementia risk

Sleep is one of the key pillars of brain health, yet it's often sacrificed by our increasingly busy schedules (or a TV binge-watching session or two) and many of us struggle to get a good night's rest. Get the most out of your sleep by reading this blog post.

Breaking the cycle of sleepless nights with sound slumber

Escaping the cycle of sleepless nights may require a shift in your thinking and harnessing your beliefs to help facilitate a good night’s rest. 

Eliminate stimulants to sleep better and protect your brain

Sleep is deeply impacted by caffeine, nicotine and alcohol, so just how much is too much?

Battling behaviours that can affect sleep

What are the things that can stand in the way between you and a good night’s rest?

Techniques for coping with sleeplessness at bedtime

We have good news! The techniques being used to combat wakefulness at bedtime are so easily adopted, you can embrace them starting tonight.

The relationship between sleep and Alzheimer’s disease

There are lifestyle changes you can make now to decrease your risk of dementia. One of them is the amount of sleep you’re getting. 

And so, to bed: sleep, a repeat prescription you can pick up every night

Getting the optimal amount of shut-eye may be more important than you think.

of dementia cases could be prevented or delayed