Restful Sleep for Positive Wellbeing
EmpathyWorks Psychological Wellness
Having a good night’s sleep is one of the most important things we can do for our physical and mental health, yet a sound sleep can often be a challenge for many of us in our fast paced society, where sleep difficulties are fairly common. Many individuals experience sleep problems, which include difficulties in falling asleep, staying asleep or restless and unsatisfying sleep. Poor sleep quality is associated with chronic diseases, injuries, lower work productivity, as well as reduced mental wellbeing. However, the good news is that we can adopt healthy habits which can aid us in improving our sleep quality.
This interactive session aims to introduce participants to practical strategies to help them improve their sleep.
The following areas will be discussed:
- Understanding sleep
- The sleep cycle
- Benefits of good sleep
- Consequences of poor sleep on our mental health
- Strategies for better sleep
- Relaxation techniques