Sleep Health seminar
We spend nearly a 3rd
of our lives asleep. Healthy sleep is vital for both our physiological and
psychological wellbeing. When our sleep is impacted in an ongoing manner, this
can result in an impact on our day to day lives. This may reduce our
performance and increase our risk of accidents in the workplace and at home.
Our cognitive and mental health may also suffer as a result of long-term poor
Being aware of the risk
factors for poor sleep and being able to identify when it may be appropriate to
seek assistance for your sleep is the target of this presentation.
Join us to learn about basic
sleep structure, critique some sleep myths, learn basic sleep hygiene and learn
how to identify when we may need to reach out to get some assistance with
improving our sleep or the sleep of our loved ones.
Presented by PhD Candidates and Provisional Psychologists
Claire Dunbar and Tessa Liebich
From the Adelaide Institute
for Sleep Health, Flinders University