Webinar: ‘Sleep & Anxiety/Stress, Work Life Integration’ with Tom Coleman

  • Event: Webinar: ‘Sleep & Anxiety/Stress, Work Life Integration’ with Tom Coleman
  • Date: 15/04/2021
  • Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Venue: Online Course, Online, Via Zoom,

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Description

Description

Sleep plays a crucial role in helping us deal with the demands of life on every level. In this talk Tom Coleman will outline why Sleep is important and how it interacts with aspects of our physical, emotional, and mental health. He touches on everything from proven “calming responses”, to why dreaming is crucial for mental energy.

Outcomes

The session will firstly give a brief description of Health, this is followed by an explanation of sleep mechanics, sleep hygiene and why it is so important. We look at sleep for optimizing Health, vitality and then explore how to strike a good balance along with changing and developing positive lifestyle habits.

We look at other areas which impacts our Sleep such as stress, anxiety, nutrition and work life balance. We finish with tips and coping strategies which help to reduce stress and deal with a variety of daily challenges in context of COVID.

Content

▪ General health & Wellbeing

▪ The Mechanics of Sleep

▪ Physical Components of Sleep

▪ Sleep Hygiene -creating the perfect routine

▪ Anxiety, Stress & Work Life Integration

▪ Lifestyle factors – Nutrition & Sleep

▪ Strategies for success

▪ Q&A session (10-15 mins)

 

Presenter

Tom Coleman is a diplomatic and articulate speaker and a leading consultant in Sleep, Health & Wellness.  For over a decade Qualified Health Scientist Tom Coleman has been speaking about the importance of Sleep, working with high level teams and elite athletes, consulting and speaking for multinationals on dealing with challenges relating to Shift work and helping people get better sleep.  In 2018 Tom sat on an expert panel contributing to research on Sleep in Corporate Ireland

 

 

This webinar is free of charge, but online booking is essential.