• How much sleep do I need?

    Getting poor or too little sleep can affect you in many negative ways. It is important to optimise your sleep and get a sufficient amount in order to function at your best. But how much sleep do you really need? This will vary based on a lot of elements, but we have a guide to […]

  • How to use light to improve your sleep

    Do you have trouble getting to sleep at night? Do you struggle to get up for work? Are you trying to recover from a nasty bout of jetlag? Using light more effectively might by the answer! Our circadian rhythm is what tells our bodies when it’s time to go to sleep and when we should […]

  • 7 things your body is doing while you sleep

      When you are in deep sleep, or REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep, your brain is awake and just as active as it is during the day. During this time, you will be dreaming, and your brain will be sorting through information gathered during the day. This is when facts, experiences, and events are solidified […]

  • 10 sleep facts you probably didn’t know

    The world record for longest time without sleep was set by a Californian student in 1964. Randy Gardner went for 11 days without sleep, and was experiencing extreme sleep deprivation. Others have reportedly died staying away for this long. It has been estimated that up to 15% of the population are sleepwalkers. Humans are the […]

  • 5 negative effects of poor sleep

    There will be some times in your life when you just don’t sleep enough. It could be when you have a newborn, when you’re in exam season at university or high school, or when you’re experiencing high levels of stress. Sleep is integral to overall health, and you will likely notice a few changes when […]

  • 5 ways to avoid jetlag

    1. Adjust your internal clock A few days before you leave, try to slowly adjust your body clock by going to bed and waking up either a little earlier or later each day (depending on your direction of travel) 2. Cut the coffee Drink less (or no) coffee as you approach the day of your […]

  • 5 things you need to know about melatonin

    1. We all have melatonin Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone in the body. Your body will produce more melatonin at night time to help you wind down and go to sleep, and less during daylight hours. 2. Melatonin is the body’s pacemaker Melatonin is responsible for ‘keeping time’ in your body – it will […]

  • 6 things you should do to sleep better

    1. Switch off the blue light Blue light from your computer or phone can severely disrupt your internal clock. Try swapping social media for a book a few hours before bed time. Or, if you need to keep using your phone or laptop, install a flux or night mode app that changes your backlight to […]

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    Am I eligible for compounded medications?

    Compounding has been growing in popularity and becoming more widespread in the recent years, but you may not have heard of it, or even considered your eligibility. There are many advantages to using compounded medications, the most important being the customisable nature. However, many people may not be aware that they are eligible to use […]

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