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Early intervention by a pharmacist could help with insomnia, writes Carlene McMaugh According to the Sleep Health Foundation[1], approximately 10% of people experience insomnia at any one time, while about …

Most Australians suffer broken sleep – and 62% are ignoring “critical” signs that poor sleep could signify a serious problem, says Amcal The 2019 Sleep Health Survey, conducted by Amcal, …

Advocates for sleep health argue it’s high time we move sleep issues off the backburner, making sleep a national health priority, says Leanne Philpott. Experts say that Australia is in …

Issues caused by poor sleep can be wide-ranging, writes Karalyn Huxhagen Insomnia is defined by the American College of Physicians as “dissatisfaction with sleep quantity or quality and is associated …

Teenagers missing out on sleep due to screen time, stress and caffeine: Report A new report from VicHealth and the Sleep Health Foundation found that the average teenager only got …

A new course examines the issue of insomnia Guild Learning and Development is partnering with MSD in an online course titled Belsomra® (suvorexant): A different way to manage insomnia. This …

An Israeli company is formulating the first “cannaceutical” aiming to help people with insomnia and other sleep disorders The product, called ican.sleep, is a “cannaceutical” (pharmaceutical-grade cannabis product) that is …

Good sleep hygiene habits are key in combating insomnia, writes Louis Roller Insomnia is a very common disorder that has significant long-term health consequences. Australian population surveys have shown that …

Almost a third of people say sleep deprivation is responsible for a large number of workplace errors, according to new research Australia is in the grip of a sleep deprivation …

Pharmacists located in general practice can help manage insomnia, say pharmacy and sleep researchers In a small study run by researchers from the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research and NHMRC …

The Sleep DownUnder 2015 conference heard getting children to bed early may be even more important than ensuring they have a long sleep, according to a study. Dr Quach and colleagues from Murdoch Childrens …