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Transformative Technological Advances in Sleep Apnoea Treatment

Medical professionals have long expressed their alarm about sleep apnoea, a common but potentially dangerous sleep condition. If neglected, it can cause a wide range of health problems because it is characterised by irregular breathing while sleeping.  Our approach to treating sleep apnoea has thankfully changed as a result of recent technology advancements, which now

Why Am I Tired and Sleepy All the Time?

When you always feel tired and sleepy, it can be really hard to do your best work. It can affect your productivity, mental health, and overall quality of life. When you don’t get enough sleep, you can feel tired and sleepy during the day. Most adults need between seven and nine hours of sleep each

Good Light vs. Bad Light in Sleep

When it comes to sleep, there are two types of lighting: good light and bad light. Good light helps you sleep better and feel more rested, while bad light can make you feel sleepy and irritable. Light can help or hinder your sleep, depending on the time, intensity, and duration of exposure.  What are the

The Link Between Sleep Apnea and Irregular Work Schedule

Do you ever feel like your inconsistent work schedule has robbed you of precious sleep?  The seemingly never-ending cycle of shifting work hours and an irregular sleep schedule takes a real toll on your physical and mental health.  With an erratic work schedule, it can be hard to find the time (and desire) for proper

Tips for Better Sleep on Daylight Savings Time

Image.1 – Better Sleep on Daylight Savings Time Have you ever wondered why at some point in the year, the clocks change, moving forward or backward? Perhaps you even question why clocks have to be this complicated. Well, this is what we call Daylight Savings Time. For most people, it’s a bit stressful. Adjusting your

How to Sleep In Hot Weather (Or When You Feel Overheated)

A hot, humid night can make it difficult to sleep. Hot flashes also create havoc with sleep. And if you have obstructive sleep apnoea, the pauses in breathing that occur every night can further disrupt sleep once you’ve managed to drift off. You can take several steps to cool down in the evening and stay