Thinking and worrying about sleep can often consume many of our daylight hours, as well as those dark ones when you can’t get back to sleep.

We spend a third of our lives sleeping, so it makes sense to find out how we can improve the quality of our sleep, to help us be healthier, both mentally and physically.

World Sleep Day is an annual public awareness initiative and global public campaign to raise awareness of the importance of good sleep and the benefits prioritising sleep will bring.

We have the perfect webinar to offer your staff teams on this subject. Our Eat to sleep webinar takes a look at how what you eat and drink can positively impact the quality and quantity of a good night sleep, including:

  • What causes insomnia?
  • Can a lack of sleep damage our health?
  • The stages of the sleep cycle
  • Having a diet that supports sleep neurotransmitters
  • Tips to help you drop off to sleep quickly
  • Is cortisol waking you during the night?
  • Does alcohol make you sleep better?

Help your staff teams get better sleep and feel more energised at work.

Why not book our Eat to sleep webinar to be delivered in the run up to, or on World Sleep Day on 19th March, when there will be lots of noise about the topic? Take advantage of the social media spotlight on sleep. Contact us today to reserve your space and get it in your wellbeing calendar nice and early to promote out to your teams.

Contact us today to book.

We also have Bitesize Nutrition podcast episodes that go into more detail about sleep. Lucy Whitehall from Transform and Thrive has recorded three episodes on sleep, and we also have an episode with Nick Littlehales the Sports Sleep Coach and author of Amazon #1 best seller book SLEEP. These podcast episodes are among our most popular podcast episodes by number of downloads – clearly sleep (or lack of it) is a popular subject! Listen to the podcasts on iTunes or Spotify, or if you’re new to podcasts you can simply click on this link which takes you to our webpage where you can listen on your phone or PC for free and without registration.

A reminder:

  • The information in this article is for educational purposes and should not replace medical advice.
  • The information is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical condition.
  • If you have a diagnosed medical condition, you should consult a doctor before making any major changes to your diet, and;
  • Some supplements may interact with medications and you should check with your GP before commencing any supplement programme.
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