Tag Archives: sleep and productivity

The relationship between a good night’s sleep and a good day’s work

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You can’t have one without the other… It’s not uncommon for the working day to drag from time to time, but feeling tired at work is a sure fire way to make your day feel endless. A lot of us go through a morning lull or an afternoon slump when at the office, but if […]

4 sleep myths that could be damaging your health

Common misconceptions about sleep could be having a negative impact on our health and mood, according to experts For many people, the science of sleep is a bit of a mystery. Some of us seem to able to manage on very little sleep, while others have to strive for at least 8 hours if they […]

Why a better sleep routine should be top of your New Year’s Resolution list

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With the dawning of a new year comes the chance to refresh your sleep habits Whether you want to get fitter, healthier, more productive or achieve that next promotion in 2019, January is the time to put the plans in place that will help you achieve those goals. But don’t overlook how important a good […]

Can power napping make you more productive?

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Research has shown that a short nap could be the key to more productive waking hours, so what’s the best way to implement this into your daily routine? Unlike 85 per cent of mammalian species, humans only sleep once per day. Whether this is the way nature intended us to work, or if it’s simply […]

Sleep, productivity & the future of the economy – Dr Jonathan Bloomfield

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Over the last few months my articles have focused on encouraging readers to review their current sleep habits and ensure that the fundamental biological requirements of daily recovery are taken seriously. I am passionate about sleep’s role as one of the key pillars of health and wellbeing – and I hope you now are, too. […]