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Health tips

5 apps to help you sleep

If you're struggling with sleepless nights and disrupted sleep, trade in the old counting sheep for a nifty mobile phone app that will help you get a good's night rest.

Staying awake behind the wheel

With the hectic demands of shopping, working, and organising your holiday trip, you might become so rundown that you're too tired to drive safely.

Relaxation exercises that work

Relaxation exercises will help you to ease tension and to relieve headaches, backaches and insomnia. It releases the body's own painkillers, called endorphins, into your system.

Are you sleep-deprived?

More than 70 percent of adults get less than eight hours of sleep a night on weekdays – and 40 percent get less than seven hours.

Snoring towards divorce?

It’s 2:30am and your partner has thumped you in the ribs for the umpteenth time, growling the old refrain, "Turn over, you’re snoring".

Having sleepless nights about insomnia?

Tired of tossing and turning at night, watching the hours tick by and panicking that you will have a rotten day because you haven’t slept at all? Don’t despair, help is at hand.

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