A good night of sleep is linked with an array of health benefits from effective recovery from illness, increasing focus at work and better mental wellbeing. Experts say we are chronically sleep deprived in the western world. So what is happening? Why are we losing sleep and how can we improve our sleeping hours? This course will address these questions, examining why we sleep and what happens when we sleep along with providing science based tips for getting a good night sleep.
Dates and venues
We don't currently have any future dates or locations for this course.
The session had lots of practical ideas without being too prescriptive and I came away with a personal plan that I can follow at home. Thank you very, very much!
Course delegate, Supercharge your sleep
What's this course about?
What will you get out of it?
This course will give you a range of ideas and activities to help promote both the quality and quantity of your sleep. Giving you the opportunity to understand what sleep is for and what is keeping you up at night and then putting into place a plan to create ideal sleep conditions which in turn should improve your sleep, energy levels and performance.
After completing this course you will be able to
- Gain clarity on your sleep challenges
- Understand ways in which you can promote waking refreshed and energetic
- Explore ways to switch off from distractions and wind down from busy days
- Become an expert in own sleep patterns and appreciate optimal time for sleep
- Create an ideal sleep plan to supercharge daily energy and performance
Is this course for you?
This course is for anyone who has difficulties with sleep from finding it hard to get to sleep or stay asleep to those who are busy and sleep deprived, helping you ensure you stay within optimal ranges of human functioning.
Delegates will need to give some time to consider their sleep routines and patterns prior to attending the course.
This course will not replace treatments or therapies prescribed or recommended by your health professional for severe insomnia or sleep conditions such as apnoea or narcolepsy.
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