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The Sleep Cycle

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Sleep isn’t as simple as closing your eyes and waking up the next day. You experience five different stages of the sleep cycle a few times throughout the night, with one sleep cycle typically lasting around 90-110 minutes. Each stage serves its own valuable function to make sure you wake feeling rested and refreshed.

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Five arts and crafts activities for kids during Easter

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At Snooze we love Easter Sunday. It’s the only day in the year that children and adults alike revel in an Easter egg hunt. With Easter as a theme, there are plenty of Easter DIY arts and crafts ideas to tide your little ones over these holidays.

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As seen in the Living Room

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Snooze is excited to announce that we are a proud sponsor this year of Season 8 of The Living Room. Featuring a cast fantastic hosts in Amanda Keller, Dr. Chris Brown, Barry Du Bois and Miguel Maestre, The Living Room Season 8 starts Friday 29th March at 7.30pm on Channel 10. As part of the partnership, we have worked with Kyal and Kara to develop a series of three television commercials which will run in rotation throughout the season. Stay tuned for more upcoming, exciting activity with the cast of The Living Room. Please CLICK HERE to discover the Snooze's...

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Night time fears in children - 5 ways to help calm their mind

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As a young child, do you remember being overcome by a feeling of dread when the lights went out?  With imaginations that ran rampant and an overwhelming sense of an ever-growing world, it’s very common for children to suffer some form of night-time fear.  Silhouettes of innocent objects become monsters rising from the floor, and closet doors left ajar seem to have opened by themselves. Even familiar sounds can become menacing when heard in the dark of night. Sometimes it’s purely separation from their parents that can create feelings of stress.  Studies on the subject have found that over 64%...

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Tips for sleeping in the heat

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Tossing and turning, throwing a leg over the sheets and frustrated by the fact that you can’t get to sleep, or that you’ve woken up sweaty and flustered.  These are the familiar signs of yet another uncomfortable summer night. We’ve all been there. Unless you’re willing to run the air con all night (possibly not the most cost and environmentally efficient solution) you need to get creative with ways to stay cool.  Living in Australia, our summers aren’t likely to be cooling down anytime soon. In fact, last summer it wasn’t unusual to experience nights with a minimum of 26...

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