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Flinders researchers will replicate low frequency noises generated by wind farms for the first major study on wind farms and sleep.
Flinders University sleep researchers are taking research conducted in Adelaide schools to the next level by intensively studying individual sleep troubled teens.
Grants worth almost $7 million have been awarded to Flinders in the Australian Research Council’s 2015 funding program – announced for the first time at Flinders University Victoria Square today.
In a world-first, sleep experts from Flinders University are attempting to fight fatigue caused by insomnia and obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) by treating the two conditions at the same time.
Flinders University sleep experts Dr Richard Weeks and Associate Professor Peter Catcheside have developed a new system to better detect a sleep “nightmare”.
Video games, iPhones and iPads are often blamed for teenage sleep problems, yet Flinders psychologist Michael Gradisar says moderate use doesn’t significantly interfere with a good night’s sleep.