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Lockdown could be messing with your body clock

Lockdown could be messing with your body clock

Days spent inside under artificial lights during the lockdown may be messing with people's circadian rhythms, leaving many feeling tired, moody, sluggish and jet-lagged. Body clocks are set by morning sunlight and evening darkness. Being stuck inside all day exposed...

Asleep on the Job

Asleep on the Job

This Sleep Health Foundation report by Deloitte Access Economics uses a careful, evidence-based approach to convincingly add up the many billions of dollars that poor sleep has cost the Australian economy in 2016-2017. The numbers are big, the personal and national...

Bedtime Reading Report

Bedtime Reading Report

Bedtime Reading April 2019 © Commonwealth of Australia 2019ISBN: 978-1-74366-898-6   https://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/House/Health_Aged_Care_and_Sport/SleepHealthAwareness/Report

New Rules for Office Workers

New Rules for Office Workers

New rules require office workers to clock in and out of work amid wage theft concerns ABC News Breakfast  / By Patrick Wood Posted SatSaturday 29 FebFebruary 2020 at 5:40am, updated SatSaturday 29 FebFebruary 2020 at 12:30pm Sitting among a jumble of cords and circuit...

Mornings with Neil Mitchell

Mornings with Neil Mitchell

Dr Paula Mitchell, Managing Director of Fatigue Management & Sleep Solutions Australia talks to Neil Mitchell.

LINKS

These websites provide more information on Sleep Health and the latest research findings.

Sleep Health Foundation

The SHF mission is to improve people’s lives through better sleep. SHF are spreading the sleep health message through a strong media and internet presence, engagement with community leaders, interaction with other health bodies, and an ongoing program of development and distribution of educational information designed for the public by sleep experts.

Australasian Sleep Association

The Australasian Sleep Association (ASA) is the peak scientific body in Australia and New Zealand representing clinicians, scientists and researchers working in sleep health and sleep medicine. It promotes and provides education and training to members and the broader health community. ASA also fosters scientific research and establishes best-practice clinical guidelines.

WorkAlert

In a world where the pace is forever quickening, the quantity and quality of our sleep is vital to our general health and wellbeing and our ability to stay alert, safe, and productive at work. WorkAlert communicates science-driven tips and knowledge with you to help conquer the challenges of staying alert in a busy world, providing advice on how you – as an employer or employee – can keep yourself and your workplace safe.

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