Over half of us ‘never’ or ‘rarely’ get enough sleep, research claims

Research of 2,000 adults found almost half are convinced they slept better during their youth, while only 24 per cent think their sleep has improved as they’ve got older. The research also found 55 per cent of the nation ‘rarely’ or ‘never’ get enough sleep. The survey, commissioned by health and wellness company, dōTERRA, identified…

World Sleep Day: Don’t watch TV before bed for proper rest!

Research from a sleep science platform to mark World Sleep Day has found that on average 80% of participants who fall asleep to TV wake up feeling tired, compared to 26% of those who don't have any electronic engagement before sleeping. The survey showed the majority (71%) of us watch TV, listen to a podcast…