Updated 30 July 2015

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Sleepwalking may run in families

A new study has found that parents of children who sleepwalk are more likely to sleepwalk themselves!

Eating less at night helps insomniacs to function better

If you suffer from insomnia, avoid eating after 10 pm at night. A new study suggests this may help you to feel more alert the next day.

Jawbone adjustor could help with sleep apnoea

For those who struggle with sleep apnoea, a device that holds the jaw and tongue may reduce snoring.

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