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While you would think that a huge decrease in travel would have eased pressure on our roads and skies, it appears that it has actually introduced a whole new set of safety concerns. The rate of highway deaths has actually risen as drivers speed...

Commuting is a daily reality for the vast majority of workers, one that you may not have missed while we were all working from home. But it is also a potential hazard, especially for people on non-standard working patterns, because driver fatigue is one...

Ah, the infamous coffee nap… we mentioned it in our previous blog post ‘How to use caffeine strategically’ and we thought that it deserved its own standalone article. If you’ve never heard of it before, a coffee nap is a 90s era #lifehack and...

From CBD oil to banana-peel tea, we get all kinds of unorthodox methods to help induce sleep come across our desk every week; but one that’s likely been all over your feed for the last few years are blue light glasses. Blue light glasses...

If you're like most people, the first 15 minutes after you wake up aren't your finest moments. Aside from morning breath, bed head, crusty eyes and grumpiness, you're not firing on all cylinders, mentally speaking, right after getting out of bed. This transitional...

Whether you take it in the form of an espresso shot, a matcha latte, or a diet coke, many of us need caffeine to get us through the day. While caffeine is not the answer to fatigue and should not be overused, 80-90%...

Getting a good night’s sleep can be difficult at the best of times. But it can be even harder when you’re anxious or have something on your mind – a global pandemic, for example. Even if you’re struggling, getting a good night’s sleep...

COVID-19 has fundamentally altered the way we are working. We know that in times of crisis and heightened anxiety, increased workload can compound already challenging work conditions and lead to fatigue. Now, more than ever is the time to focus on managing fatigue...

COVID-19 has caused fundamental changes in the ways we work. You’re likely working from home and navigating new terrain in terms of how to get work done, collaborate and perform in the face of plenty of new constraints. You’re also likely to be exhausted,...

As all of our minds are captured by COVID-19, we’ve seen heaps of support for all of the doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals who are on the front lines fighting this pandemic. While a lot of focus has rightfully been on making...

In these uncertain times, many of us are privileged enough to be able to work from home, though this way of working presents a new set of challenges. One of the pitfalls of working from home can be the increased number of distractions...

When we think of the typical obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) patient, we often imagine someone overweight, sedentary, middle-aged . . . and male. Until recently, many doctors viewed sleep apnea as mostly a man’s disease, and that resulted in many more men than...