How British Summer Time Affects Sleep

By sleepcounciladmin on March 26, 2013

This weekend the clocks go forward and British Summer Time begins. Now normally I love this time of year (even if I do lose that extra hour of sleep) but this year with the abundance […]

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Children’s Sleep On Bedtime Live

By sleepcounciladmin on March 21, 2013

So who watched Channel 4’s Bedtime Live this week? I watched it with avid interest – as someone who is involved in sleep but is also a parent of two young children. I was particularly […]

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Are We In A Midst Of A Children’s Sleep Crisis?

By sleepcounciladmin on March 15, 2013

This week psychologist, Tanya Byron, went on record to say that Britain is ‘in the midst of an unspoken public health crisis’ concerning children’s’ sleep. She believes that parents are failing to teach their children […]

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What Mums Really Want For Mother’s Day

By sleepcounciladmin on March 8, 2013

Want to please your mum this Mother’s Day (Sunday 10)? Then forget flowers, expensive jewellery, fancy dinners even iPads. Yes, what mums really want is a nice long lie-in! A poll today has revealed that […]

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Sleep Well To Look Well

By sleepcounciladmin on March 7, 2013

Kate Garraway, Daybreak presenter and mum of two, was reported as saying that two of her top tips for looking good first thing in a morning are to sleep well and get your bed ritual […]

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What You Need To Know About The Nation’s Sleep

By sleepcounciladmin on March 1, 2013

The state of the nation’s sleep has come under scrutiny for National Bed Month (March), which kicks off today, as we launch the results of our biggest ever audit of Britain’s bedtime habits. We’ve gone […]

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