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    The circuit breaker period messing up your body clock? Here’s how to sleep better

    The days might be blending in, but this is actually the perfect time to get some snooze structure back in our lives. Here are eight tips.
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    Commentary: Coronavirus isolation a rare chance to catch up on sleep

    The time at home from the coronavirus crisis could be an opportunity to let our natural sleep rhythms take over, says a sleep psychologist.
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    Singaporeans are now getting more sleep, but not many are satisfied: Survey

    The findings were published in a study by Royal Philips to commemorate World Sleep Day on Mar 13. Among the things that are keeping us up: Stress ...
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    Falling sick because of poor sleep? Add this to your bedtime routine for deep recuperative slumber

    MegRhythm Good-Night Steam Patch aims to activate your relaxation point at the base of your neck to lull you into dreamland. Brought to you by ...
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    Commentary: Not enough time? Transforming work and sleeping better in a digital world

    Transforming current work and study habits to allow for more sleep and more efficient time use will result in better cognitive performance, ...
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    Commentary: Six signs of problematic smartphone usage common in children, young adults

    A quarter of children and young people show signs of problematic smartphone usage, say two experts.
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    Commentary: 'Crying it out'' is no solution when sleep training babies

    Not only do babies become distressed during longer periods of crying, but ignoring a baby's cries goes against everything we know about building ...
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    Commentary: Sleep, not bad posture, explains neck pain

    It's often said that "bad posture" can cause neck pain but science seems to indicate that other factors might be at play, says University of ...