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The current issue of the New Scientist has a special feature about Sleep.

There aSleep + womanre nine pages that start with a graphic about the key to good sleep, noting the effects of aspects like light pollution, pets and temperature control. It continues with answers to questions such as – ‘How much shut-eye do I need? Can I cheat by sleeping in bits? What’s the best way to get to sleep?’

The final section is written by Russell Foster who is the director of the Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute and discusses the links between sleep and mental health.

If you want to know more about sleep after reading this article, try these materials available in the LRC:

Sleep and electroencephalograms (EEG) Advanced Biology (2000) by Roberts, Reiss & Monger.

Sleep deprivation The Private Life of the Brain (2000) by Greenfield.

Sleep disorders The Oxford Companion to the Body (2001) by Blakemore & Jennett (editors).

Insomnia The Stressed Sex: uncovering the truth about men, women and mental health (2013) by Freeman & Freeman.

Sleep and the Biological approach Psychology: the science of the mind and behaviour (2015) 7th edn. by Gross. Also as an ebook. Additionally, AQA A-level Psychology Book 1 (2015) by Lawton et al.

 

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