While traditional sleep coaches have been around for a while, digital sleep coaches are becoming increasingly popular. In this article, we will explore what a digital sleep coach is, and how it can help you improve the quality of your sleep.
Do you consistently struggle to fall asleep at night and wake up feeling tired in the mornings? Whether you have difficulty getting enough rest, staying asleep or controlling your sleep cycle, establishing a sleep schedule that works for you can have a significant impact on your overall health and wellbeing.
Sleep is a vital component of our lives that often gets overlooked in the hustle and bustle of daily life. However, getting enough high-quality sleep is essential for maintaining productivity and achieving success in both our personal and professional lives. In this article, we will explore the benefits of quality sleep for productivity, and how it can help improve focus, creativity, problem-solving skills, time management, and decision-making.
New figures from the Danish Health Authority show that the use of the sleep hormone melatonin has increased tenfold since 2010 among children and young people in Denmark.
According to sleep experts, up to 10-15% of the Danish population suffer from severe and prolonged sleep problems. This can lead to serious health problems. Therefore, it is important that you find solutions to improve your sleep quality. This involves, among other things, getting into a healthy sleep pattern.
Poor sleep is a serious threat to health and long-term sleep problems can lead to serious illness.
Across the country, young and old alike are queuing up to see a psychologist. But waiting times have never been longer. As a result, many people risk having to wait several weeks for help.
A new research study shows that sleeping pills may do more harm than good if the purpose is to get a good night's sleep.
Since Monday, August 8, 2022, students in grades 7-10 at Th. Langs Skolen in Silkeborg, Denmark, will be allowed to sleep one hour longer in the morning for the next three years.
If you have read the introduction to Hvil in the app, then sleep is based on two processes: the circadian rhythm and sleep pressure. Insufficient sleep pressure can make it difficult to fall asleep at night and/or maintain sleep during the night.