Woolcock Institute of Medical Research


Learning better sleep

July 2022

The brain needs light in the morning and darkness at night to regulate sleep onset and waking up times. Spending long periods in bed trying to "catch up" on sleep or "sleeping in" gives the brain confusing messages.

This brochure contains information that will help you make healthy changes to improve your sleep patterns and give your brain the good sleep messages.

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