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If you're moving away for university, the first few weeks of term can be very hectic. Between all the new lectures to get acquainted with and the countless social events, it can be tough to find a minute to yourself when you can stop and relax. When there...

"I better get to bed; I need my beauty sleep!" — there's a very good chance that you've come across this old adage before, often said just before someone excuses themselves before bed. But, apart from being a tired line used by those looking for an early night,...

Picture the scene: you wake up during the night because of a strange sound — is someone making something in the kitchen at 3am? You go to the kitchen to find your partner clumsily banging pots and pans together in the dark and they don't seem to be...

From a snoring partner to life's trials and tribulations, there are many disturbances that can interfere with your sleeping pattern. However, there is a disruptor that's easy to overlook compared to the more obvious ones: your allergies. More than two in five British adults have at least one allergy (AllergyUK) with...

We've all had to deal with a few nights of little sleep leaving us feeling like we just won't make it through the rest of the week. Whether it's the kids having nightmares, the temptation to binge the latest Netflix thriller, work from the office following you home,...

With all the excitement of the bank holiday weekends in May, you may not have noticed the fact that we've quietly reached June, the month where things start to heat up. Yes, that's right, almost half of 2019 is gone, and summer really begins on the 21st of...

Have you ever wondered how your body knows when it should feel tired and when it should feel more awake? Between closing our eyes in the evening and waking to your alarm in the morning, it's easy to assume that we have total control over our own sleeping...

Sleeping for just 16 minutes less than normal in a single night is enough to seriously impact your performance at work the following day, according to new research. The sleep study, carried out by experts at the University of Florida and published in the Sleep Health journal, surveyed 130...