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World Sleep Day special: Why we sleep

Sleep is a vital element in our health routine as it relaxes the body, mind and soul

How to sleep

Insufficient sleep affects every aspect of our life. Read on to discover how you can enjoy a good night's sleep

Sleep Killers

Don't blame your neighbours, the roadside dog, mosquitoes, your boss, and the rest of the world for your sleepless nights. The fault may lie with what you do
Man suffering from narcolepsy - sleepy at work

Why am I sleepy all the time?

There's good news for those who feel powerless to stop dosing off during the day. Narcolepsy is a condition that can be managed

Of sleepless nights

Inability to sleep well is a problem more common in women than in men. Read on to know what keeps women awake through the dark hours
Man asleep - sleep talking

Dealing with sleep talking

Each of us knows someone who sleep talks. Read on to know what causes it and how to deal with it
Woman sleepwalking with pillow in hand

Somnambulism: Understanding Sleepwalking

Did you know that sleepwalking is a very common phenomenon? Yet, there are more questions surrounding it than there are answers

Good sleep is essential for good looks

Sound sleep is essential for putting your best face forward

Sleepy Benefits

Sleep is nature's way of recharging and revitalising our mind and body

End your sleepless nights

Various factors interfere with our sleep routine. Restful sleep requires careful identification of these causes and taking appropriate steps to tackle them
Manoj Khatri — Editor of Complete Wellbeing
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