News about Sleep from Zoom Health – 29th April 2022

Sleep is important. On average, each of us spends 26 years sleeping in our lifetime, which equates to 9,490 days or 227,760 hours. Getting to sleep also takes some time. We spend on average 7 years trying to get to nod off!

Because sleep is so important to us, Zoom Health publishes a weekly summary of the best news stories about sleep from around the web. If you want to find out what is happening in the world of sleep, you have come to the right place.

Here at Zoom Health we are trying to do our little bit too, which is why you will find that we offer the widest range of earplugs for sleeping on the planet!

In the news this week:

How sleep helps the brain learn and consolidate information
New research suggests that sleep plays an even more active role in learning and memory than scientists previously believed | Medical News Today, USA

“How can I manage my energy levels better?” A sleep expert answers your questions
In this week’s Sleep Diaries, a 27-year-old senior PR executive with ADHD finds out how to manage her energy levels for a better night’s sleep| Stylist, UK

Foods that affect your sleep
Some other foods to help you get sleep include avocados, hummus, dark chocolate, bananas, cherries, fish and nuts. For wine lovers, go ahead and have … | WMAR, USA

7 Yoga Poses for Better Sleep
Abi’s back with seven Yin yoga poses to help you sleep | Pinkbike, USA

Baby sleep aid pair to receive Queen’s awards
Matt Dyson, his brother-in-law Nick Webb and co-founder Matt Sparrow, developed the sleep aid which is now sold in more than 40 countries | BBC, UK

Newcastle listed as one of the worst cities for sleep
Newcastle has ranked in the top ten cities for sleep in new research from mattress experts Dormeo. The Toon slumped to just 17th out of 22 cities … | NewcastleWorld, UK

Sleep expert reveals why you shouldn’t be sleeping on white bed sheets
Sleep experts argue that white bedding could be preventing you from getting a good quality eight hours of sleep at night – here’s why | Ideal Home, UK

‘Study reveals sound sleep can cut your risk of developing Alzheimer’s’ – Miriam Stoppard
Sleep disturbances start years before symptoms appear and are linked to greater severity of the disease and a higher risk of developing it, … | The Mirror, UK

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