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Tagged: sleep deprivation

Look After Your Mental Health With A Good Night’s Sleep

6Aug

There’s a close relationship between sleep and mental health. Lack of sleep can affect mental health but mental health problems can also affect how well you sleep – both the quantity and the quality of it – so it’s extremely … Continue reading

  

This week in health – 22/06/2018

22Jun

Welcome to talkhealth’s weekly round-up of all the top news stories in the world of health. This week we’ll be covering a wide range of topics, including the current debate around medicinal cannabis, the expected rise in the number of … Continue reading

  

Sleep deprivation, and why it’s dangerous

2Nov

For some, sleep deprivation sounds like a problem that’s only experienced by people who have severe sleeping disorders. We all know that not getting enough sleep isn’t a good thing – but a lot of people don’t understand just how … Continue reading

  

Are you waking with the “Twilight look?”

28Feb

Restless sleep, tossing and turning through the night? A recent survey* commissioned by my professional organisation, the British Acupuncture Council, has revealed that we’re a nation of zombies. 1 in 5 of us claim to feel like one after a … Continue reading

  

Grr, my eczema is driving me mad!

4Aug

So, my eczema seems to be on a yo-yo at the moment, but not enough to give me respite for more than a day or so. To be honest, I’ve never known it to be so persistent, but I think … Continue reading

  

First blog – doing something about postnatal depression

5Apr

When I went to see my GP in June I began with a very rambling and stream of consciousness rant about how I was feeling. I was tearful, I explained, and exhausted. Anxious too – and even when my children … Continue reading

  

Snooze to Lose

9Nov

Lose weight while you sleep. Sounds like a dream diet – literally! Well before you decide this sounds “too good to be true” it’s worth noting that more and more studies support this theory so it really may be a … Continue reading