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Health Sleep, Healthy Ageing

World Sleep Day March 15 2019 This year world sleep day focuses on the importance of sleep and ageing. With ageing, changes in our body clock and hormonal changes can cause increased sleepiness earlier in the day. In addition the production of melatonin (a natural...

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Sleep Wrecked Kids by Sharon Moore – An Overview

I am sure most parents can relate to the title of this book, as 25%- 40% of all children suffer from some form of sleep disturbance. In “Sleep Wrecked Kids” Sharon Moore starts from ground up by addressing a simple question, “What is good sleep”? Not surprisingly,...

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Why mouth breathing is bad for your health?

At the dental gallery we routinely screen for correct breathing and tongue position during our regular 6-monthly preventative examinations The nose is best suited for breathing because it warms, humidifies and filters the air to prevent bacteria and particles entering...

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World Sleep Day

World sleep day focuses on maintaining the body’s natural circadian rhythms. Circadian rhythms are the 24-hour rhythms that control many aspects of our behaviour, physiology and metabolism. Maintaining stable circadian rhythms is vital to good health. If...

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