#44 Sleep & airway obstruction in children, adults & pregnant women with Dr David McIntosh, ENT specialist
Fatigue Management Plan: pdf
Sleep Hygiene Handout: pdf
The Nocturnal Brain, Dr Guy Leschziner
What happens to our brain at night? Are we really fully asleep and if so how is it that some individuals end up doing what they do? Or can it be the case that perhaps the brain never fully goes to sleep and that in some individuals there is a disconnect between the sleeping part of their brain and the active part of their brain so that the two become confused? Does this happen to all of us in varying degrees and can the reverse be the case too – so that some individuals are actually asleep during the day while appearing to be awake?! In this ground-breaking book, Dr Guy Leschziner takes us on a fascinating journey through the nocturnal brain to illustrate the neuroscience behind nightmares, night terrors and sleep walking.
Why We Sleep, Matthew Walker, PhD
The first sleep book by a leading scientific expert—Professor Matthew Walker, Director of UC Berkeley’s Sleep and Neuroimaging Lab—reveals his groundbreaking exploration of sleep, explaining how we can harness its transformative power to change our lives for the better.
FREE app which analyses sleep pattern using the accelerometer in your smartphone and wakes you up in the lightest phase of sleep.
Sleep Center – All-in-one sleep tracker: App Store
Good Morning Alarm Clock: App Store
Good Morning Alarm Clock is a smart alarm clock that finds the optimal time to wake you up, keeps track of your sleep quality, and notifies you if you have a sleep debt.
Sleep as Android: Google Play
Smart alarm clock with sleep cycle tracking for Android devices. Wakes you gently in optimal moment for pleasant mornings.
Samsung Health: Google Play
Samsung Health provides core features to keep up your body fit and healthy. It will record and analyze your daily activities (and nightly – such as sleep!) and habits to help maintain a successful diet and lead a healthy lifestyle.
This Way Up – Managing Insomnia Course