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The Science of Sleep

A good night's sleep is arguably the best medicine a person can have, helping them to be more productive in the workplace and generally feel better about themselves. Raconteur and Tempur’s sleep survey delves into sleeping habits across the world and compares data from respondents in the UK, France, Germany, Japan and Australia to paint a picture of what makes sleepers tick in today’s fast-paced, technology-driven world

The Science of Sleep

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The Science of Sleep
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PRODUCTIVITY

Understanding the sleep economy

Tempur and Raconteur’s ‘The science of sleep’ report delves into how we sleep and what effect our sleeping patterns have on our global economies

INTERNATIONAL PATTERNS

Global sleep trends

Tempur and Raconteur’s ‘The science of sleep’ report delves into sleeping habits across the world, to paint a picture of what makes sleepers tick in today’s fast-paced, technology driven world

THE GREAT HEALER

Wellbeing through sleep

We don’t need doctors or scientists to tell us – we instinctively know we feel better when we’re sleeping well. Raconteur and Tempur's study discusses why sleep really is the great healer

GOING FOR GOLD

Elite sleepers: Olympian Kim Crow's sleep schedule

It’s hard to imagine the world’s best athletes being caught napping, yet sleep is vital to any fitness training programme, whether going for gold or aiming for a first 10k. Here, 2012 Olympic medal winning Australian rower Kim Crow reveals her insider tips on resting well for peak performance

TECHNOLOGY

The future of sleep

Has the way we sleep changed through the ages? Tempur and Raconteur’s ‘The science of sleep’ report examines sleep throughout the ages and discusses how sleep patterns may evolve in the future

TECHNOLOGY

Our love affair with bedtime gadgets

Are gadgets changing the way we sleep? Raconteur and Tempur's 'The science of sleep' study analyses our love affair with sleep technology and what this means for the future

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