World Sleep Day

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What is World Sleep Day?

World Sleep Day, this year on Friday, March 13, 2020, is an annual campaign celebrating sleep health. It also encourages discussion around sleep disorders such as insomnia. ResMed knows that, for many people, competing priorities often stand in the way of a good night’s rest. It's why every year on World Sleep Day, we do our best to share good sleep habits and inspire people to awaken their best. Better sleep, not just for a day, but as an established habit, is the secret toward a better life.

How to sleep better

There are many things you can do to improve your sleep so you can experience deeper, more relaxing sleep. Have a look at these 10 tips on how to improve your sleep quality.

A cooler room often leads to a better night's sleep. 16 to 18 degrees Celsius is an ideal temperature range for sleep. Any higher and you may have a restless night.


While you're asleep, your body produces hormones that slow down urine production. But drinking liquids at night may counteract this. So your bladder wakes you for bathroom visits during the night.


Bright morning light tells your body that it's time to be awake and regulates your sleep wake cycle. So try to spend some of your morning outside.


A mild sedative which may help you to sleep better and wake up less frequently during the night.


A good quality mattress can make a big difference to your sleep quality. If you suffer from back or shoulder pain, changing to a better mattress can have significant benefits to your sleep.


The best pillow for a good night's sleep depends a lot on how you like to sleep. If you've been sleeping on the same pillow for some time, it might be past its use-by-date.


Turning the lights down in the evening helps to set your body up for sleep. By stimulating it to produce the sleep hormone, melatonin. Melatonin is mainly released after dark, so encourage your body to produce it by dimming the lights for a few hours before bed.


Stretching before bed to get you back in touch with your body and put the stress of the day behind you. It can relieve muscle tension and help prevent night cramps. But don't overdo it. Gentle stretches work best.


Your body temperature naturally falls at night. It will help raise your body temperature. The temperature dip that follows is likely to help you sleep better.


Regular exercise is a good way to improve your sleep quality. A morning workout can lead to deeper sleep cycles and more time asleep.

Enter To Win

Complete our Online Sleep Assessment during the month of March and go in the draw to win our ResMed Ultimate Sleep Pack (valued at $893) every week. 

Winners will be announced at the end of every week.

Lucky draw dates: 9th March, 16th March, 23rd March, 31st March

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Gift with Purchase

Purchase over $199 online or in-store* or join a subscription plan to receive a goody bag that contains:

1. Sleep Hygiene Booklet

2. Sleepy Time Tea

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Competition winners

Enter To Win

Congratulations to our ResMed Ultimate Sleep Pack winners!

Week 1 - Greg Smith
Week 2 - Connia Riga
Week 3 - Dave Shaw
Week 4 - 
Caroline Fill