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Dr Paul Reading, president of the British Sleep Society, said: "A proportion of adult sleepwalkers eat and even cook.
Our working lives are also responsible for our sleep troubles, says a study by the British Sleep Society.
And Dr John Shneerson, member of the British Sleep Society and Consultant Physician at the Sleep Centre at Papworth Hospital, Cambridge, says restless nights affect a large proportion of people at some time in their lives.
1,2) But according to a study reported recently at the annual conference of the British Sleep Society, insufficient sleep increases the risk of premature mortality, particularly from heart disease.
The findings, presented yesterday to the British Sleep Society, we re based on the sleeping habits of 10,000 civil servants.
For more information about sleep apnoea or for advice the following organisations could help: Brake 01484 559909; British Sleep Society PO Box 247, Colne, Huntington, Cambridgeshire, PE28 3UZ; British Snoring and Sleep Apnoea Association 01737 245638; The Sleep Apnoea Trust Association 01494 527772.
But few people understand the benefits of sleep - and the effects of a lack of it - better than Neil Stanley, Director of Sleep Research at the HPRU Medical Research Centre in Surrey and Chairman of the British Sleep Society.
Dr Idzikowski, director of the Edinburgh Sleep Centre and founder of the British Sleep Society, told the court the condition affected middle-aged and older men who were deep sleepers.