Sleep disorders can seriously affect your health and safety. Find out more about managing sleep disorders.
Sleep helps us restore ourselves physically, as well as organise our brains. Find out here about the stages of sleep, healthy sleep habits and sleep disorders.
Healthy sleep habits
Also known as ‘sleep hygiene’, good sleep habits – while not easy to master – can boost your productivity and how you feel. Start with these tips.
Could a pair of glasses help you sleep?
Body clock disorders and challenges like jet lag could possibly be helped by a special type of glasses that shine light into the wearer’s eyes.
An electroencephalogram, or EEG, is a test that measures the electrical activity of the brain. It can be used to diagnose or monitor conditions such as epilepsy and sleep disorders. Learn more about this diagnostic test from a trusted source.
Cocaine and mental health
Cocaine is a highly addictive drug which can have an adverse affect on the mental health of the user. Long-term use can cause depression, sleep disorder and aggressive behaviour.
Your daylight saving cheat sheet
Daylight saving starts Sunday October 6, which means moving the clocks forward by 1 hour. Need help coping with the time change? Follow these handy tips.
Jet lag is the result of quickly crossing several time zones so your body’s natural sleep rhythms are disrupted. Here are some tips to minimise the symptoms of jet lag.
Insomnia - leading to poor concentration or mood changes – affects one third of Australians at some point. Good sleep habits and lifestyle changes may help.
Sleepwalkers can risk injury, such as by climbing out of a window or walking into objects. Learn more about sleepwalking and whether you should see a doctor.