One in Two Australians Snuggle up with Technology: Study

Australians routinely take their laptops to bed, keep their mobile phones at their bedside and clock watch in the wee small hours, a survey of sleep habits has revealed.

A web study of 1,500 people by the Sleep Health Foundation shows Australians are indulging in bed time activities that

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Bedtime Secrets Help Babies Sleep Like Babies

An innovative new web tool reveals the sleep secrets of babies, spelling the end of sleepless nights for hundreds of Australian mums and dads.

Studies show a third of new parents struggle to get their baby to sleep, and this frustrating problem triples the risk of postnatal depression among

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Sign up for the SHF Code of Practice

The Sleep Health Foundation Code of Practice for Suppliers of CPAP Sleep Therapies helps ensure that high quality and consistent standards are adopted by suppliers of therapies for sleep disorders. A comprehensive and considered approach to patients and their treatment is required.

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CRC for Alertness, Safety and Productivity

The Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) programme is an Australian Government Initiative administered by the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education. The CRC program supports end user driven research collaborations to address major challenges facing Australia

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School students jet lagged for school start

Sleep experts are urging parents to start adjusting their child’s sleep schedule now if they want them to avoid feeling jet lagged for the first few weeks of school.

Professor Dorothy Bruck, Sleep Psychologist, Victoria University said, “Getting students back into early morning starts for school

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Time to stop dying from lack of sleep - Australia's sleepiness epidemic

Australia's Sleepiness Epidemic time to stop dying from lack of sleep

Survey results released by the Australian Sleep Health Foundation show a high percentage of Australians are suffering from fatigue and exhaustion on a daily basis due to inadequate or ineffective sleep.

Professor David Hillman

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TruckWeek 2013

Truck Drivers Urged to Make Sleep A Priority

Australia’s leading sleep associations are urging the trucking industry to make sleep a priority when they are off duty.

During TruckWeek 2012 the Australasian Sleep Association and the Sleep Health Foundation are raising awareness of the importance of

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