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Are you Sleep deprived?

Posted by Ryan Baldwin on

A recent study has suggested that 1 in 3 Australians suffer from sleep deprivation. This might not come as a surprise to some but it isn't something we should ignore. Although we often idolise those who can work hard and wake up early every day before work; it might not be healthy. Having a couple extra hours of sleep each night could not only make you feel better but it might help you live longer, work more efficient and overall have a better quality of life.       Do you wake up tired during the week and then have...

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Raise funds for local families facing cancer and enjoy a Quality Sleep!

Posted by Ryan Baldwin on

The annual Pink Weekend fundraiser for families facing cancer, on 20 and 21 July, is raising more money this year with a mattress donated by us!

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Quality Sleep is joining the international ranks of heavy hitters to support the conservation our natural environment.

Posted by Ryan Baldwin on

Quality Sleep joins the ranks of companies including Coca Cola, Disney, Subway, Barnes & Noble and Hewlett Packard in showing support for the efforts of the WWF.

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Could houseplants help you sleep better? Here are 6 plants you need in your home.

Posted by Troy Garland on

Could houseplants help you sleep better? Here are 6 plants you need in your home.   We seem to look for extreme and unnatural ways to improve our sleep. Supplements, expensive mattresses, smart watches and special diets are often advised to help you sleep better. In the USA alone, people spent over $40 billion on sleep aids in 2015. But what if there was an easier way? A natural way that will also makes your home look amazing. The answer, plants! Who needs valium when you have Sansevieria trifasciata ? Although it isn’t new news that plants are good for...

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What is Sleep Paralysis?

Posted by Chris Rittmeester on

Have you ever woken during your slumber to find yourself paralyzed, unable to move or talk, seeing things that are not there and riddled with an overwhelming fear of supernatural suffocation? If you have experienced an episode similar to this, you are within the 8% of the population that experience Sleep Paralysis.     Sleep paralysis, also known as “the worst thing ever”, is defined as “being unable to move during awakening” (Sharpless, 2016. "A clinician's guide to recurrent isolated sleep paralysis"). The condition is a type of parasomnia caused by a dysfunctional overlap of waking sleep stages and REM...

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