The impact of exercise on sleep

Monday, June 26, 2017 by Rhonda Locke
There is no doubt sleep plays a vital role in your overall health and wellbeing. When you aren’t getting enough good quality sleep it can impact your short- and long-term health. As we discuss regularly, there are many ways to improve the quality of sleep and in this blog we’re looki .. Continue reading >

When to take sleeping tablets

Thursday, June 15, 2017 by Chris Hocking
Given what we know about the negative impact on your health if you aren’t sleeping well, sleeping tablets may help. However, there can be a real stigma attached to the notion of sleeping tablets. A possible reason for this stigma is that when we read about sleeping pills, it is often attac .. Continue reading >

Drowsiness vs fatigue: how do they differ?

Monday, June 05, 2017 by Dr Trefor Morgan
The words “drowsiness” and “fatigue” are usually used interchangeably, but they differ significantly. While fatigue can refer to a feeling of tiredness or exhaustion due to illness or physical activity, drowsiness refers specifically to the state right before sleep. F .. Continue reading >

NTC submission: Clarifying control of autonomous vehicles

Wednesday, May 31, 2017 by Rhonda Locke
Introduction Our understanding of the discussion paper “Clarifying control of automated vehicles” is to resolve issues of control relating to automated vehicles. Determining who is in control, what it means to have ‘proper control’ and how it will apply to automated v .. Continue reading >

Rail accidents triggered by fatigue

Wednesday, May 03, 2017 by James Gorry
Due to its 24-hour nature, fatigue is a major risk in the rail industry. The risk is recognised and as a result, many rail companies around the world are obligated to create and implement a fatigue management program to protect staff, passengers and the communities in which they travel.  .. Continue reading >

What is the quantified self?

Friday, April 21, 2017 by Rhonda Locke
Have you heard the term “the quantified self”? It’s a phrase used to describe the movement of incorporating technology to acquire data on a variety of factors that make up a person’s daily life including diet, mood and performance. We’ve become almost obsessed  .. Continue reading >

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