Healthy retirement from sport

An international study led by Flinders University is looking to create targeted support for athletes’ mental health and sleep once they retire or step down from […]

Sleep apnea wakeup call

A new approach to measure the common sleep related breathing disorder, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), estimates that 20% of adults or approximately 1 billion people globally […]

Wind farm noise and sleep disruption

Residents who live within 10km of a wind farm report more sleep issues from other sources, such as insomnia, stress and snoring spouses, than the nearby […]

New measure of wind turbine night noise

With wind generation one of the fastest-growing renewable energy sectors in the world, Flinders University experts are using machine learning and other signal processing techniques to […]

Drug combo cuts severity of sleep apnoea

Australian researchers have successfully repurposed two existing medications to reduce the severity of sleep apnoea in people by at least 30 per cent. The new research […]

Sleep institute hops into sensor trial

Flinders University sleep experts are becoming embedded in a new trial to help people with their individual sleep disorders – via tests on a new mattress […]