Why we sleep: The role of sleep in our healthy life

- 7 minutes to read

We are the only species that can intentionally deprive themselves of sleep. Since sleep makes up about one-quarter to one-third of our life, it is safe to say that important processes are happening in our body during that time. Good sleep keeps us healthy and functioning well and allows our body and brain to repair, restore, and be re-energised.

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Different types of sleep – which one do we need the most?

- 5 minutes to read

Many of us have been brought up with a go-getter attitude, which means that the first thing we compromise on is our sleep. This results not only in less sleep, but also shortening or skipping through different sleep stages. Today, the science and research behind sleep explains the importance of each sleep stage and the impact on our longevity and prevention of diseases.

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Sleep apnea: How to cure it and get your sleep back

- 6 minutes to read

Getting a good night of sleep is not always easy, especially in today’s world of technology, blue light, stress and family commitments. Many of us spend 6-8 hours in bed, but we still don’t feel refreshed in the morning, and we don’t know the reason why. Perhaps, we might be struggling with sleep apnea.

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