Unruly children Blame parents for not teaching them to sleep, claims leading psychologistPsychologist blames 'profound lack of sleep' for difficultiesSleep-deprivation can lead to hyperactivity and other behavioural problemsShe says Britian is 'in the midst of an unspoken public health crisis' By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 01:44 GMT, 12 March 2013 | UPDATED: 01:58 GMT, 12 March 2013 Health crisis: Tanya Byron has said 'a profound lack of sleep' is to blame for behavioural problems among children Parents are failing to teach their children how to get a good night’s sleep, according to a psychologist.
Why a good night's sleep could save your marriage – by making you less selfish Sleep deprivation makes couples more likely to take each other for granted But those who slept well worked better together in tasks and encouraged each otherInsomniacs are known to suffer more relationship woes By Sophie Borland Health Reporter PUBLISHED: 17:09 GMT, 21 January 2013 | UPDATED: 23:55 GMT, 21 January 2013 If you were thinking of turning-in a little earlier tonight, here’s an incentive.
Stop losing sleep over insomnia – it's natural to wake up in the night | UPDATED: 23:12 GMT, 1 October 2012 Only a couple of decades ago, failing to get your prescribed seven to eight hours of uninterrupted sleep was considered merely a red-eyed nuisance.
Can't sleep You could have inherited the insomnia gene | UPDATED: 00:08 GMT, 21 August 2012 Thousands of otherwise healthy people put up with a level of sleep deprivation that would drive the rest of us insane.
Having holiday jabs Why it's essential to get a good night's sleep afterwards People were 11.5 times less likely to be protected by vaccine if they had fewer than six hours sleep compared to those who had more than seven | UPDATED: 15:43 GMT, 1 August 2012 If you're due to have some vaccinations before your summer holidays, make sure you get a decent night's kip afterwards – it could effect whether they work or not.
Less than 6 hours sleep significantly increases risk of a stroke even if you are fit and healthy | UPDATED: 05:29 GMT, 11 June 2012 If you need an excuse for a long lie-in, this could be it.
Two in five new mothers struggle to cope with the demands of parenting and 'need more help', says charity NSPCC calls on Government to ensure sufficient resources are available to 'provide the services babies and their families need' | UPDATED: 08:27 GMT, 11 May 2012 Two in five new mothers have struggled to cope with the demands of parenting during the first few weeks after birth, with a similar amount admitting getting 'angry' with their baby, according to a poll.
The less you sleep, the fatter you become: Tiredness makes us eat more, say scientists Volunteers who were sleep-deprived ate more than 500 additional calories per day | UPDATED: 20:21 GMT, 15 March 2012 As if being tired from lack of sleep wasn’t punishment enough, now scientists say that not getting a good night’s rest could lead to obesity.
Did watching Downton give this woman a seizure How alcohol, stress and even TV can trigger blackouts in almost anyone | UPDATED: 05:28 GMT, 13 March 2012 Was Downton Abbey to blame One minute, I was lying on the sofa rooting for Lady Mary and Matthew Crawley to get together.
Get ready for the clocks going forward! Losing an hour 'raises risk of heart attack on the Monday morning' 'Abrupt' change to daily schedule increases risk of heart attack by 10%Clocks spring forward on March 11 in U.S and March 25 in UK | UPDATED: 12:47 GMT, 9 March 2012 It could be the perfect excuse for lying in on Monday morning.