Secrets to Sleep
Lack of sleep is affecting your exam results, the ability to memorize, focus and concentration times. Sleep disorders are also associated with the mental health problems of anxiety and depression, and the inability to deal with stress. Teenagers who sleep less are more likely to take risks, are more accident prone, make more errors and are more likely to use inappropriate coping mechanisms such as eating junk food and using stimulants such as nicotine. The physical health problems include obesity, heart disease, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, inflammation, compromised immune function, even reduced grey matter in the brain and cancer.
BETTER RESULTS! Imagine if you could …
- Improve spatial and declarative/explicit memory, resulting in better ATAR scores;
- Discover why sleeping better helps you study more effectively and for longer periods, due to improved attention span, ability to focus and concentration;
- Reduce stress and anxiety and the need for junk food to keep you alert;
- Elevate your mood and confidence levels.
Here is some of what will be exposed at Secrets to Sleep that you’re not hearing other places:
- The ten insomnia types and how to recognize your underlying problems;
- The little known, simple lifestyle and environment changes that can change your sleep habits forever;
- Strategies to get the most out of your study time;
- Natural sleep solutions, easy to implement;
- How to perform better in exams;
- The shortcomings and side effects of medications;
SECRETS TO SLEEP
Sunday August 23, 2015, between 1.45 pm and 3.45 pm. Presented by Elizabeth Shannon.
Ku-ring-gai Fitness and Aquatic Centre, West Pymble.
Cost $ 30.00. BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL.
Book early to avoid disappointment as limited spaces are available.
Questions? Call Elizabeth on 0458 41 4441