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Now a soda can cure insomnia!

We recently came across a website selling a soda that contains ingredients thought to counteract insomnia. Funnily enough, although a lot of external websites are mentioning the product's ability to relieve insomnia, there's no mention of that on their website. Still, it sounds like something that could be fun (and [...]

Insomnia sleep clinics

We put this out on twitter, but didn't really get much of a response. We'd love to hear from you if you've been to a sleep clinic. Did you find it worthwhile? We read a couple of articles from people that have been to a sleep clinic - this is [...]

Insomnia is an umbrella term

Lots of people say they suffer from insomnia. However, it's a term that is often used whenever people struggle to sleep. Had a rough night last night? Insomnia. Had one sleepness night last month? Insomnia. Many diagnosed insomniacs resent the term being thrown around by all. We take a different [...]

Insomniacs – you are not alone

Insomnia can be lonely - you are awake at night, when everyone else is sleeping. The internet can offer some relief, but it can't make up for real, human contact. You don't want to wake up your partner, so you either continue struggling to sleep or admit defeat and get [...]

The same old insomnia advice – it gets boring

So that we can keep up to date with all the latest news about insomnia, we subscribe to Google Alerts. Almost every time 'insomnia cures' are mentioned, the advice is pretty much always the same. It runs along the lines of: Build a sleep routine Relax before bedtime Have a [...]

This is our first post!

We love twitter, and we've been on there for around a month now. However, it's time to expand our efforts - we want to engage with more insomniacs and sleep sufferers and that's hard to do with a 140 character limit. We'll still be on twitter, but now we'll be [...]