“Poor sleepers are twice as likely to struggle to be productive, 3 times more likely to struggle to concentrate and 7 times more likely to feel helpless” (Great British Sleep Survey, 2012 https://www.sleepio.com/2012report/)
Whether you’re a suffering insomniac or constantly wake up craving an extra hour in bed, our mood, productivity and health could all benefit from more restful and restorative sleep.
A restless night results in reduced cognitive function, heightened emotional reactions and lowered immunity. Sleep loss limits the body’s ability to build muscle, makes injury more likely during exercise and has been found to interfere with hunger hormones which fuel food cravings, sabotaging our efforts to enhance our physical health. A lack of sleep has even been linked to an increased risk of osteoporosis and cancer.
This workshop will introduce techniques and healthy habits to promote a more restful and restorative sleep (even if limited) and tips to increase energy levels after a sleepless night.
- Understand the benefits of a good night sleep on their work, mood and relationships
- Learn the lifestyle habits to improve sleep quality, increase energy and productivity and obtain better overall physical health through diet, exercise, alcohol, technology and stress
- Understand the benefits of ‘sleepless rest’ and explore strategies to feel more alert and optimise productivity