Is everything you thought about blue light and sleep wrong?

20 November, 2023 . by Claire Burke

For years we’ve been told exposure to blue light from screens before bedtime guarantees a bad night’s sleep. But does it really?


Why anhedonia could be the reason you’re feeling flat

25 July, 2023 . by Claire Burke

If you have zero interest in the things you used to love, you may be experiencing what is known as anhedonia. Here’s why it develops, and what you can do…


How late-night scrolling and puberty is causing teen sleep deprivation

26 March, 2023 . by Raymond Suba

From increased screen times to developmental changes, it’s no surprise teen sleep deprivation is a big issue for many families.


Night fright: Why you shouldn’t fear sleep paralysis

17 October, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

This unnerving disorder is more common than you might think, so what causes an episode of sleep paralysis? And is there anything you can do to prevent it?


The ‘two-hour rule’ that will help you get stuff done

15 July, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Breaking your day into bite-sized chunks – and doing the right type of work at the right time – will help you do more, with less effort. 


The best time of day to burn more calories

1 June, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Listening to your body clock can help you manage your weight and reduce the risk of diseases like diabetes.


Why being a night owl is bad for your health

23 July, 2018 . by Michelle Rose

Night owls – who prefer to stay up late and struggle to get up in the morning – may be at higher risk of early death, a new study has…