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Oh, for the quiet life. And certainly when we are trying to sleep, and the lead up to sleep.
Have you got a true end to your day where you get into a quiet space?

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New research suggests young people getting less than five hours sleep per night are tripling their chances of developing a mental illness.

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Today I helped announce the results of the sleep survey commissioned by Virgin Active Health Clubs in Martin Place, Sydney, Australia. Plenty of revealing results. One in three Australians have admitted to taking a sick day off work in order to catch up on sleep, with 19% actually falling asleep on the job! The average worker is getting 6 hours sleep instead of the recommended 8 hours for adults. And while 63% would be interested in having a lunchtime nap, only 21% had found a quiet place at work where they could doze off, catch up on sleep, relax and refresh themselves at lunchtime.

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Whether you like your computer work and your job would be a major factor in this as well I'd say.

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Today I have found a brilliant interview I'm recommending if you have symptoms of depression, wondering if you have depression, or you're thinking about getting depression (that's a joke)!

Basically, I think this is compulsory listening.

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Australia's Natural Sleep Reporter suggests this site as a good forum for sleep apnea sufferers

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Here's some information on why you should not hound your teenagers to go to bed early at night, nor to get them out of bed early in the morning. Not a lot of point when their melatonin is dictating 'sleepy' times from late night to a little later in the morning. They grow while they are asleep too.

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Glad this research sham was discovered. It's becomming more and more difficult to sort out strategies when you know behind all that complicated research can be more complication! Much more.

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