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The work week is nearly over - which means you're probably feeling properly buggered right about now. If you're anticipating a late Friday night and don't want to resort to hard drugs or caffeine, this infographic contains bunch of clever ways to keep yourself more alert, ranging from sniffing peppermint oil to various acupressure techniques.


In today's constantly connected world, the concept of a fixed bedtime routine has become almost alien. Most of us hit the hay after the day's tasks are done and we've had our fill of TV or Netflix - resulting in highly sporadic sleeping patterns.

If you regularly get less than seven hours of sleep with the intention of "catching up" later in the week, you could be doing your mind and body a serious disservice. This infographic explains why we all need to cash in our 'sleep debt' for good.


Your pillow can make all the difference between a good night's rest and pain (both the morning after and possibly longer). To get the perfect pillow, consider your sleeping style - whether you sleep on your back, side or stomach.


Most people think the ideal amount of sleep is eight hours per night. As it turns out, that number is just a myth. Some people need more sleep to function optimally during the day, while others require less. Thankfully, it's possible to work out your own magic number with a little experimentation. Here's how it's done.