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Stories from 2019

An effective therapy for insomnia

While many of us have difficulty dropping off occasionally, especially when going through stressful life events or due to the recent heatwaves here in the UK, this sleep disturbance can remain in the long term, becoming insomnia. Insomnia is described as having difficulty initiating and/or maintaining sleep, or experiencing non-restorative...Read more

Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training

Reflections:  By Cristina Ruscitto, Senior Researcher We are conducting a study of the sleep and fatigue of offshore workers in the North Sea in the next few months. As a result, I am travelling offshore to find out more about what work and life are like on oil/gas platforms before...Read more

Clockwork Research appoints Alexandros Kontotasios as Human Factors Specialist

Alexandros Kontotasios, Human Factors Specialist Clockwork Research, a leading fatigue risk management consultancy and part of Air Partner’s Consulting & Training division, is pleased to announce the appointment of Alexandros Kontotasios as Human Factors Specialist. Alexandros has a solid academic background in researching and assessing fatigue in pilots, human factors...Read more

Meditation and Mindfulness – Countdown to World Sleep Day

Meditation and mindfulness can help us to relax, and reduce intrusive thoughts that can get in the way of sleep. While these practices are not specifically designed to improve sleep, it can be a beneficial side effect. One simple definition of mindfulness is ‘being present in the moment’, while a...Read more

Napping – Countdown to World Sleep Day

The only solution to sleep loss is sleep, so when you’re really struggling napping can be the answer. What type of nap is ‘best’ depends on the situation that you find yourself in. Afternoon naps are easiest during the ‘after-lunch dip’ or 'siesta window', which is a natural drop in our...Read more

Caffeine – Countdown to World Sleep Day

Things to know about the world’s favourite performance enhancing substance. Caffeine helps by improving performance when alertness is low.  It helps us overcome the after-lunch dip (caused by our body clock, not by eating!) Usually takes between 15 and 30 minutes to become effective. Effects last in our bodies for...Read more