Sleep and Wellbeing
To function well, we need a balanced diet, exercise and to sleep. However, with today's hectic lifestyles, sleep often slips to the bottom of our priorities.
This may have profound consequences for our mental and physical health.
Evidence shows that sleep disturbance and insufficiency worsen pre-existing medical and psychiatric/psychological conditions, chronic pain and metabolic disorders such as diabetes and obesity. Research has also shown that by improving sleep, depression and pain are lessened.
There are many simple things you can do to help yourself achieve a good night’s rest. These may include making changes in:
* Your behaviour
* Your thinking
We can offer you an individualised sleep education programme tailored to your needs and based on validated and current research. The programme is delivered by highly qualified sleep experts.
No group too big or small.