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How to improve your sleep
Sleep Related Links

Improve your sleep and improve your life with this comprehensive guide and tool kit, developed in collaboration with the UK's leading sleep scientists.

Sleep Profiler Your Personal Sleep Profile

Whether you're having trouble sleeping or not, use the Sleep Profiler and get tailored advice on how best to optimise your sleep.
Sleep Problems   Sleep Problems and Sleep Advice

Get to the root of some common sleep problems. Find out what foods help you sleep better and what things you can do to get a better night's sleep.
Why Do We Sleep?   Why do we sleep?

What would happen if we didn't sleep? Find out the science behind sleep, from REM to the sleep cycle.
Daily Rhythm Test   What's your daily rhythm?

Could your sleep pattern be at odds with your DNA? This Circadian Test is used by scientists and can help you discover your natural 24 hour body clock. Take the test here.
Sheep dash!   Sheep dash!

Tiredness can affect your reaction times. See how alert you are with this game and test the impact of a cup of tea or coffee on your performance.
Face Memory Test   Face memory test

Are you too tired to remember? Executive skills such as our memory are the first to go when we're tired. Take the test and see how well you score.
Sleep Quiz   Sleep quiz

Test your knowledge with the top ten most fascinating and weird sleep facts.
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Parents guide to getting the sleep pattern right
Listen to the dream debate on Radio 4's In Our Time

Elsewhere on the web
Sleep Foundation: Myths, Facts and Sleep Diaries
Surrey Sleep Research Centre: Sleep studies and research
Insomniacs: Sleep disorders and problems
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