Upcoming events to help you overcome insomnia and other sleep problems
Thursday, 21st May 2020
The role of sleep deprivation in your mental health
Excessive sleepiness and tiredness has a big impact on your mental health and mental resilience.
The link between sleep, stress, mood and mental health has been researched many times over. We also know that altered sleep patterns and quality are all signs of many mental health issues.
During this free webinar, we will go through how you can recognise the physical, mental and emotional stressors and Beatrix will share with you practical ways to improve your sleep habits for better mental health.
Friday, 22nd May 2020 - 1 pm BST
The impact of sleep problems on your mental health
You are invited to join me and my guest for a 60 minute virtual event (including time for Q&A). I am really looking forward to talking to my guest for this masterclass: Paul Kelly, Chief Operating Officer of Strictly Recruitment
During this session, we will talk about the impact of sleep problems and insomnia on our mental health, the links between the your mental health and the quality of your sleep.
And of course I will share with you some of the practical tools and techniques that can help you during not just these but other more stressful times. We will then have time for Q&A to help and support you with those burning questions.
Not able to join us?
Start learning straight away by viewing one of the previously recorded Masterclasses with Beatrix
Managing sleep problems in times of stress and worry
In times like these when the world is globally impacted by so much bad news, of course levels of fear, worry and anxiety increase.
We already know that these impact our ability to switch off and sleep through the night peacefully, resulting in waking up tired before the day even begins.
Now is not the time to suffer in silence with sleep deprivation.
We need to stay healthy, happy and focussed to overcome current challenges and get life as we know it back on track as soon as possible.
Maximizing your sleep and self-care: for mothers
Motherhood brings a huge change of pace to the lives of all women, at any time.
If you are a professional working from home, currently on maternity leave, or an Entrepreneur building a business while raising a young family, the short lessons in this Masterclass are for you.
While the number of hours sleep you get will depend upon the needs of your child, you can increase the quality of the sleep you get within that timeframe.
This can be the greatest tool in your belt for increased productivity and focus – even during the stressful period we are all in right now.