Sleep Disruption in Ramadan

Sleep is essential to maintaining health and wellbeing, and there are implications when we don’t get enough. One of the most common times for disrupted sleep routines is Ramadan, when rituals and social activities can keep people awake well into the night. Kate Bridle, lead sleep technologist at the London Sleep Centre Dubai, says that …

The Need for Sleep

Our bodies are programmed to need sleep. The body indicates sleepiness in two ways: by boosting circulating levels of the neurotransmitter adenosine and by sending signals from the circadian clock, which controls the body’s daily rhythms. More than 60% of women and men regularly fall short of what an average person’s sleep target should be. …

Bedtime Tea to Help you Sleep

Herbal teas are a popular home remedy when it comes to relaxing and unwinding. They have been used around the world as an organic cure for insomnia, for centuries. Their effectiveness as a sleep aid has also been backed by medical research. As the original source of medication used to be herbs and leaves. This …

The Cost of Sleep Depravation

Sleep is a natural function of every living thing. Sleep is how the body and the brain replenishes itself and gets ready to perform for the next day. Naturally, this performance is dependent on the quality of rest you get the night before. Sleep deprivation can be hazardous if prolonged. Sleep deprivation has been associated …