How do you know if you’ve had a good night’s sleep?

When Walker talks about sleep he can’t, in all conscience, limit himself to whispering comforting nothings about chamomile tea and warm baths. It’s his conviction that we are in the midst of a “catastrophic sleep-loss epidemic”, the consequences of which are far graver than any of us could imagine. This situation, he believes, is only […]
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The effects of Daylight Savings on our Body

  Daylight-saving time in Melbourne will begin on Sunday, 4th October at 2am. This Sunday, most phones and computers will automatically jump an hour forward and we’ll lose an hour of sleep. The interruption can kill people: Incidents of heart attacks, strokes, and fatal car accidents all spike around the start of daylight-saving time each […]
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