The Sleep Matters Podcast
Welcome to the Sleep Matters from Dreams podcast – everything you need to know about how to get a great night’s sleep and why it matters so much.
Hosted by our sleep expert Dr Pixie McKenna, we’ll be diving into common sleep problems, queries and discussion points and answering your questions with the help of some excellent guests.
With issues ranging from sleep routines and sleep environment to help for parents on how to improve their child’s sleep, there’s a topic for everyone.
In the first episode of the Sleep Matters Podcast, Dr Pixie McKenna and guests Issy Panayis & Kevin Morgan discuss the importance of a good sleep routine.
Dr Pixie McKenna talks to Dave Berry, breakfast radio presenter and Maryanne Taylor, a qualified sleep consultant about how to help your child sleep better.
Dr Pixie McKenna talks to Professor Marc Jones from Manchester Metropolitan University who is an expert in stress and emotion, and Graham Allcott, an expert on how to be more productive.
Dr Pixie McKenna is joined by broadcaster Matt Johnson who is also an ambassador for mental health charity Mind and has suffered from insomnia and founder of The Insomnia Clinic, Kathryn Pinkham.
Dr Pixie McKenna chats to award-winning nutritional therapist Christine Bailey and expert in nutritional medicine, Alan Flanagan about how nutrition can help or hinder a good night’s sleep.
Dr Pixie talks to travel expert Simon Calder and travel health expert Dr Richard Dawood about how to beat jet lag and enjoy your holiday.
A selection of podcasts to aid sleep including meditation, bedtime stories, ASMR and dreary discussions.
Dreams have teamed up with Mumsnet to find out what problems new parents face when it comes to catching zzz’s.
We take a look at how your bedtime temperament affects your slumber.
Insomnia specialist Kathryn Pinkham explores the effects of insomnia, what it is and whether it can be cured by looking at opinions from different types of experts.
We discuss how common diet choices can affect your sleep, including coffee, fast food and having a nightcap.