Reflections

Sleep deprivation may be leading to depression, not the other way around

Sleep deprivation may be leading to depression, not the other way around
It’s been long assumed – and at times simply taken as a given – that sleep deprivation is a secondary effect of mental health disturbance. The comm...

Our sleep hormone is also a potent antioxidant

Our sleep hormone is also a potent antioxidant
Many are aware that the crux function of the Melatonin hormone is to help us fall asleep, which is indeed one of its most visible qualities. But th...

Sleeping in on the weekend isn’t the solution to tiredness, it might just be the cause

Sleeping in on the weekend isn’t the solution to tiredness, it might just be the cause
It’s a common misconception that sleep deprivation during the week can be restored over the weekend. Lay-ins have become somewhat synonymous with w...

When it comes to sleep, businesses are finally waking up

When it comes to sleep, businesses are finally waking up
It seems that no matter where you look, businesses are doing everything they can to improve their customers’ sleep. And I don’t blame them – as we’...

We don’t need ‘to do’ lists to fall asleep, we need day and night

We don’t need ‘to do’ lists to fall asleep, we need day and night
A recent study has found that jotting down a ‘to do’ list before going to bed helps to fall asleep faster. In fact, the 9 minute difference (or 15...

Health tech can improve the wellbeing of employees in the workplace

Health tech can improve the wellbeing of employees in the workplace
One of the fundamental issues across today’s workforce is attributed to sleep deprivation. A recent One RAND study estimates sleep deprivation cost...