- Siobhan Banks, Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Sleep Research, University of South Australia
- Read Time: 5 mins
Most people know sleep is important. But few know a lack of it can put us at greater risk of heart disease and obesity. Many of us don’t get enough sleep on a regular basis. It might be due to a sleep disorder, busy social life, new baby, long working hours, shift work or just staying up too late binge-watching Netflix.