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What factors increase the risk of a fatigue-related incident (e.g. lane crossing or accident)?

The following factors have been found to increase the risk of fatigue-related incidents (e.g. lane crossings) and accidents Acute sleepiness.……

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The impacts on circadian rhythm and melatonin production in visually impaired people

Light is captured through photoreceptors in the eyes which transmit this to the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN), or internal body clock,……

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Optimising sleep for night shift

In a 2018 article in the British Medical Journal (BMJ 2018;360:j5637 doi: 10.1136/bmj.j5637 [Published 1 March 2018]) the topic of……

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Stress & Fatigue

Stress is something that has been with us for a long time. Even though the cause of our stress has……

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Mealing timing and fatigue

Our bodies perform best when given a regular supply of food throughout the day rather than one large meal. This……

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Meal type and fatigue

It is often promoted that foods high in carbohydrate make you drowsy because they increase the uptake of the amino……

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Hydration

Your body needs adequate fluid and electrolytes in order to have any chance of feeling energised. If these needs are……

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Alcohol & Sleep

Alcohol is a depressant that slows the nervous system down. It impacts on the quality of the naturally occurring sleep……

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Caffeine & sleep

Caffeine stimulates the central nervous system and can artificially stimulate your senses, which makes you more alert. Peak alertness levels……

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Iron levels & fatigue

Iron is a mineral. It is necessary to make haemoglobin (an oxygen carrying molecule) in the blood. If iron is……

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10 nutrition tips to beat fatigue

Eat breakfast based on breads, cereals low fat dairy and fruit. Pack a lunchbox with snack including at least 2……

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Mental health & fatigue

When trying to establish the cause of an individual’s fatigue, it is easy to get caught up in the end……

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