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  1. Photo of a person working in bed

    Feeling lazy to get up? Why working from bed might actually be great for you

    Turns out, the bedroom can help fuel creative thinking – and it didn’t just start with the pandemic. Some of history’s most accomplished people, ...
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    How foods may affect our sleep – and what you should be eating for dinner

    A growing body of research suggests that the foods you eat can affect how well you sleep, and your sleep patterns can affect your dietary choices.
  3. Suffering from insomnia? Beat the sleep blues with these spa treatments

    Suffering from insomnia? Beat the sleep blues with these spa treatments

    From aromatherapy to tui na massages, these relaxing spa massages from Fairmont, Fullerton, Parkroyal, Shangri-La and St Regis hotels can help to ...
  4. How Can I Get Enough Sleep?
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    Ep 14: How Can I Get Enough Sleep?

    Singaporeans are ranked 2nd as the most sleep deprived people in the world. What is this doing to our mental and physical health and how can we ...
  5. Getting It Right
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    Ep 27: Getting It Right

    The haze is back - how do businesses deal with it? And, the link between sleep and productivity. Plus, personalized nutrition is growing popular ...
  6. how to know if freelance work is right for you Singapore CNA Lifestyle green

    Commentary: Cure to burnout requires a pervasive culture of rest

    In burnout culture, we’re constantly doing. To cultivate a similar culture of rest, perhaps we should reframe rest as something we need to ...
  7. Tempur Main

    Space science and Danish philosophy come bundled in every Tempur experience

    With the launch of its entry-level ONE range, even more can now enjoy sound sleep every night. Brought to you by Tempur.
  8. Woman sleeping with mask on and alarm clock in foreground

    Your tendency to sleep late or early can affect how active you are: New study

    Early risers did the equivalent of walking 20 to 30 minutes more each day compared to “evening types”, who tend to stay up late.
  9. Baby sleeping

    Commentary: Napping helps your pre-schooler learn better

    Beyond the emotional regulation payoff, naps also provide a direct benefit to learning, says an observer.
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    Commentary: Immobility during COVID-19 and its effects on our sleep, physical activity and well-being

    COVID-19 has changed the way we work, play and sleep. There are different strategies to better cope, says Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine’s ...