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Insomniacs now get their own museum

Perhaps insomnia is slowly gaining more respect and awareness - at least in Russia. Moscow is now home to the Museum of Insomnia which features sculptures that 'introduce the visitor to a mysterious and enigmatic world, located somewhere between dreams and reality'. It all sounds very interesting to us and [...]

Scotland is home to Britain’s worst sleepers

The Great British Sleep Survey currently shows that residents of Glasgow get the worst sleep in Britain. The survey is ongoing, so this may change. That being said, the previous leader was Aberdeen so it would appear that Scotland is home to the worst sleepers in Britain. We'd welcome your [...]

Insomnia fears the energized magnetic mattress

Anti-sweat mattresses, sleep pods, light shows, anti-insomnia watches - we've covered quite a few insomnia gimmicks before. Now we can add one more to the list - magnetic mattresses. Gail Porter recently wrote in Mail Online about her recent trip to Malta where she got to enjoy a night on [...]

Yes, insomnia can kill

A morbid headline, but one I felt was worth using. I've mentioned before just how dangerous insomnia can be. Now, new research from the University of Warwick has come to some startling conclusions. Apparently, those who sleep less than 6 hours per night are 12% more likely to die prematurely [...]

Insomniacs rejoice: caffeine is more effective than sleep anyway

Hardly a big surprise - research from the UK demonstrated that caffeine consistently improved memory, attention and performance in a randomized study of workers. What was most interesting was their finding that caffeine was more effective than taking a nap when it came to improving concentration. So if you're an [...]

Insomnia similar to drunkenness but probably less fun

We just read an article over at The Week which reports that according to a Harvard sleep expert, 24 hours without sleep (or a week of sleeping only five hours per night) is equivalent to having a blood alcohol level of 0.1%. That's good to know - next time you're [...]