Dr Moira Junge Interviews

The Sleep Health Foundation’s Dr Moira Junge was a special guest for Vigour.Media's interviews on the topic of sleep.

We covered the topics of Sleep & Mental Health, Obstructive Sleep Apnoea, Insomnia and Nightmares / Parasomnia.

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Boss of My Sleep Book

Written by Dr Sarah Blunden and Dr Kirrilly Thompson

Many parents experience difficulty getting their toddler to go to bed at night and to stay in bed and fall asleep by themselves. This book sets out a simple reward system for encouraging a consistent bedtime routine and for getting toddlers to

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The Sensible Sleep Solution

A guide to sleep in your baby’s first year of life

By Sarah Blunden and Angie Willcocks

This book is different from the numerous other books about baby sleep – a topic which occupies and worries most parents during their baby’s first year of life (and often for far longer), Dr Sarah Blunden has

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Nanna naps interview - Radio 97

Are there benefits to napping and is there a 'right' way to do this?

Dr Gemma Paech spoke with Wayne and Jess from radio 97 to share her advice on napping. 

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Emerging Sleep Hero Award Winner - Clare Ladyman

Meet Clare Ladyman. Clare is the Sleep Health Foundations inaugural winner of the Emerging Sleep Hero Award, which showcases up and coming sleep researchers. The Emerging Sleep Hero Award is a Sleep Health Foundation initiative which took place during the Sleep Health Foundation

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Why is it so important for your newborn to sleep well

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Sleephealthfoundation.org.au – tips to help baby sleep better; sleep tips for new mothers

Welcoming your newborn baby home is an exciting experience but it’s a well-known fact that babies can also turn your world “upside down” for a while until they establish sleep routines. To help you

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How to improve your sleep during lockdown

With more time to prioritise sleeping, we should all be feeling well-rested during lockdown. But if you’ve been feeling more tired than ever, you’re not alone.

Whether you’ve been falling asleep on the couch at 7pm, struggling to wake up in the morning, or been yawning your way through the day

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Industry report: The global rise of sleep-related innovations

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PatSnap, one of the world’s leading innovation intelligence platforms, recently published an industry report uncovering trends within the $100B global sleep solutions market. Leveraging insights and analysis from patent data, the report looks at which sleep solutions are being developed by

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Sleep Regulation - the two processes that control when and why we sleep

Take a look at this short video which explains the two processes that control when and why we sleep. It doesn't explain everything, but it's a useful conceptual model to help you understand more about sleep regulation.

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Coronovirus pandemic is influencing how we sleep

Radio Adelaide AM with Did you have a weird dream last night? Or maybe you've had a hard time sleeping lately?

People all over the world are reporting having more vivid dreams and disturbed sleeping patterns since the COVID-19 pandemic started.

But some insomniacs appear to be bucking the trend

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Sleeping tips when staying indoors during isolation period

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This information is written for people who have to self-isolate and stay indoors for an extended period of time. If you are sleep deprived because of lack of opportunity to sleep (e.g., frontline health professionals, support workers, carers), please prioritize sleep and rest as much as you are

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Podcast - How do you get to sleep when it's hot?

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Sleep can be more precious than gold these days.

But when it's so darn hot it can be hard to get to sleep and, even when you do, having a restful good night's sleep is difficult.

ABC's Dan and Jenny got some tips from Dr Moira Junge from the Sleep Health Foundation

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