We discuss why napping is good for you, the benefits napping has on your brain and body, plus we explain the science behind a good quality nap!Read more
Why Sleep Is Good For You One in three people suffers from poor sleep. And the cost of all those sleepless nights is more than just bad moods and a lack of focus. Watch our short video or keep reading to learn more. 1. Perform Better Poor sleep affects your cognitive abilities. You’ll find it […]Read more
We all know two things about diet and sleep. Firstly, caffeine is very bad for us. And, secondly, that cheese gives us nightmares. The first we learnt by experience and the second after being told so repeatedly. Whilst one is true (caffeine really is terrible for sleep) cheese, on its own, is not responsible for […]Read more
Your body really is amazing. Not only is it largely self-regulating (breathing and blood flow are, for most of us, automatic processes) it also contains a pretty accurate way of measuring time: the circadian rhythm.
Find out what a circadian rhythm is and why it’s so important for sleep and for your brain.Read more
Peak – Brain Training explores whether you really can “think with your heart,” and whether the heart and mind are truly connected.Read more
Simon Reinhard is one of the world’s best memory athletes, holding the first and second records for memorizing a shuffled deck of cards – we spoke to him!Read more