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An entirely unstructured page of links to useful resources or material supporting training days, etc
Sleep talks and workshops
Newspaper cases reported
Chris's books, etc
Sleep and sports performance
Sleep underpins good health, yet by many it's regarded as optional. Should it be regarded as optional or should it be considered as vital and important as every other aspect of training? I obviously think it is vital? Is it just sleep? No the biological clock and sleep are partially interdependent -
Related blogs
How to sleep
A frequently asked question for a sleep expert?!
National Bed Federation
Product finder - comprehensive list for the UK
The Sleep Council
Established since 1995, it is the consumer education arm that aims to: • Raise awareness of the importance of a good night’s sleep to health and wellbeing. • Provide helpful advice and tips on how to improve sleep quality. • Provide helpful advice on choosing the right bed for optimum sleeping comfort.
Sleep Paralysis
Miscellaneous notes
Ultradian rhythms
Image PNG image default mode network from Google
from search 13 May 2013
Default Mode Network
Image Photo BSS formation meeting 27-28 October 1988 Leeds University
(Pre-) British Sleep Society formation photography
Book Corrections/Updates
Corrections, errata and additions to published books and papers
Sleep scoring school
Miscellaneous material for England Athletics
Online CBT-i
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia
Sleep Dynamics
Expert Sleep Consultants
Sleep onset and offset position and personality
A sleep position and personality survey (may take a moment to load)
Useful infographics
Mirabilis Sleep Training Day
The SLEEP Training Day (Wednesday 10th December 2014) will be from 1.45pm (Registration and tea/coffee available). Start at 2.00pm to 5.00pm (ish).
Mirabilis Training day resources
Image JPEG image Side Effects
Taken from IMDB site
Image PNG image IMDB logo
Image JPEG image Awakenings thumbnail
From IMDB site
Older Chris Idzikowski
animated gif tests
Jet Lag Calculators
Royal Society of Medicine - Sleep Medicine Section (Council 2014-2015)
Chemical Clock-Stopping – Circadian Rhythms And Addiction
Mel Smith
Consumer apps - blog
RSM Meeting 18th May 2016, London: Fundamentals "Forensic" Sleep Medicine.
Energy Networks Association - talk 13 May 2016 - References
File Royal Society of Medicine - Sleep Medicine Sleep Law meeting 2009
ISS 2018
NeuroLaw - Open University, 19-20 July 2018
Law and the cognitive sciences
Rolling news
Chemical Clock-Stopping – Circadian Rhythms And Addiction by Mel Smith - more here