Tag Archives: sleep

The Reviews For The Little Book of Sleep Are Starting To Come In: And They Are 5 STAR

My new book has been out for a little over two weeks now – it feels so much longer some how. And the good news is that reviews are coming in And I’m so pleased to say that people are enjoying the book and finding it useful. Here’s another 5 star review from Richard Hulse […]

Interview on Good Day Chicago about The Little Book of Sleep

I got invited on to Good Day Chicago at 2.30am NZ time to talk about my new book, The Little Book of Sleep. There is a not-so-delicious irony about how this wrecked my sleep for the night. But I didn’t manage to get some sleep in the end. Here it is, in all it’s glory, […]

MY NEW BOOK! The Little Book of Sleep is here

I have exciting news! My new book is here and it will help you to SLEEP EASY again. The Little Book of Sleep is a quick read, and absolutely PACKED full of tips. Find out how you’re RUINING your sleep. I know that my sleep was not good – and it was one of the reasons why I wrote this book. […]

Lockdown Relief: Five Tips for Better Sleep

Staying at home is having big impact on lots of aspects on your life, from work to exercise to sleeping. So why are people having trouble sleeping? Here’s my 5 tips for better sleeping during lockdowns.

To sleep or not to sleep? That is the on-call question

In this episode, I talk with Professor Sally Ferguson, based at the Appleton Institute in Adelaide, Australia, and Deputy Dean of Research in the School of Human Health and Social Sciences at Central Queensland University. In this conversation, we focus on Sally’s work on the effects of restricted sleep on performance for people who are on-call. […]

What do we know about sleep paralysis?

In this episode, I talk with Associate Professor Brian Sharpless of the American School of Professional Psychology, Argosy University, Washington DC, USA. We talk about his recent work understanding and developing treatment recommendations for sleep paralysis – a surprisingly common but little-understood phenomenon Some of Brian’s original work can be found here: Here is the abstract for some context: […]