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A good night’s sleep plays a huge part in our health and wellbeing, beyond improving mood and concentration. Discover how to achieve great sleep and why it’s so important below.

The Exhaustion at Work Epidemic: Fatigued on the Job

Fatigue. It’s long-term exhaustion, low energy and motivation which can be caused by sleep deprivation, diet, mental or physical illness. Yet many of us suffer in silence.

World Sleep Day - are you getting a good quality night’s sleep?

World Sleep Day, organised by the World Sleep Society, is here again to celebrate sleep and highlight key issues relating to it, such as medicine, education, social aspects and driving.

Christmas survival guide: How to sleep better

December is here and we’re socialising more, spending more, doing more, eating more - but sleeping less. It’s easy to get into the party mood and start burning the candle at both ends, working, partying, shopping and planning the perfect Christmas. Westfield Health’s tips on how to get quality sleep over the festive period.

Why We're Supporting Sleep Week and The Children’s Sleep Charity

This week is Sleep Week, and The Children’s Sleep Charity are drawing attention to the lack of support given to parents to help children and young adults get the sleep they need. James Wilson writes about how children's sleep is the key to a restful night.

The importance of sleep

Our Sleep Ambassador, James Wilson, is about to appear on our screens in an upcoming TV documentary series. The Secrets of Sleep, airs on Wednesday the 21st June at 10pm on More4.

Why I’m working with Westfield Health

I’m really excited to be working with Westfield Health as their Sleep Ambassador; helping their staff to sleep better and, in a wider context, helping their customers to sleep better too. I’m going to be blogging regularly about all things sleep related so it seemed natural that my first blog should be about why I wanted to work with Westfield Health.