The Science of Sleep for Wellbeing Workshop

Do you struggle to get a good night sleep?

Do you often wake feeling tired?

A study of the UK public by King’s College London and Ipsos MORI finds that significant numbers have experienced changes to their sleep patterns since the lockdown was announced on 23 March2020, with nearly two-thirds (63%) overall saying their sleep has been worse.

  • Half the population (50%) say their sleep has been more disturbed than usual.
  • 52% of women say their sleep has been more disturbed than usual, slightly more than the 46% of men who say the same.
  • Three in 10 (29%) say they’ve slept longer hours but feel less rested than they normally would when they wake up

If this sounds familiar, this workshop is designed for you – we’ll look at the science of sleep, why it’s important and what we can do to aid better, more restful sleep.

The session will run live on Wednesday 16th March from 7-8.30pm on zoom, and a recording will be available for those who can’t make it on the night. The session will also be supported by a workbook for you to use in implementing your learning.

Cost £30

Dates Available

16/03/2022 19:00-20:30