Week In Sleep: Sleep Like Nobody’s Watching

By Tom Packman  |  Feb 13, 2017
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Put the kettle on, catch up with all your favourite TV shows and make the most of your precious weekend with our weekly review of the best sleep based articles from around the web:

Could there finally be a scientific breakthrough that will cure to jet lag? Find out, along with some easy strategies for long distance travellers. (Bloomberg)

A new study is looking into whether people with the condition synaesthesia, typified by people who see sounds as colours, have different sleep and dreaming styles from the rest of the world. (The Conversation)

Sleep expert Sammy Margo tells us of the top 5 foods to eat if we want a good night’s sleep. (Independent)

If you want the best nights sleep you should move to Argentina according to experts. Researchers use a trillion measurements to rank the world’s best and worst sleep patterns. (Mailonline)

Can a new type of lightbulb help you sleep? The ‘Good Night’ bulb by Lighting Science is said to help promote sleep by depleting blue spectrum light. (NY Times)

Ever googled tips on sleeping better? TIME magazine looks, in more detail, to the stranger techniques that help you sleep. (TIME)

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