Do you wish you could sleep less and yet still feel refreshed and full of energy the next day?
Are you curious to know how making simple changes to your life could lead to more restful sleep?
Sleep related disorders can strike at any point in your life. The number of people experiencing poor quality sleep is rising and is proportional to the changes we're experiencing in modern day society. As you read this, poor sleep may be affecting your college life, your working life, your personal relationships or just your social life in general. What amazes me is how many chose to live with these problems.
It doesn't have to be that way. Through making simple changes, you could sleep less, have more time to enjoy life and feel refreshed every morning.
How would it feel to know that sleeping less gives you more?
Learn the basic components of good quality sleep. Sleep Easy gives you the answers you have been looking for. I explain how you sleep, why you need to sleep and I delve into the many potential causes of poor sleep. We don’t stop there, because we then cover all the simple changes that you can make that will give you deeper more nourishing sleep.
Learn How to Sleep Easily and Effortlessly Through Developing a Deeper Understanding Of The Nature Of Sleep
Take Control Of Your Sleep And Enjoy More Free Time And A More Enriched life
What would you do if you experienced deeper more refreshing sleep?
Would you go out more?
Would you become more productive a work?
Would you find your college work easier to do without fatigue or a foggy head?
Would you embrace your fitness more?
All of those things are possible and more…
On this course you’ll learn:
The course lectures are broken down into easy to understand manageable chunks so you’re not overwhelmed with too much information too quickly.
I want you to explore the opportunity to learn just how easy it is to experience refreshing sleep without compromising quality.
I’ve got so much more that I want to share with you that can take your understanding of sleep to an even deeper level, however, we need to get the basics right first, and this course is designed to do that.
We start to look high level at the key elements that influence sleep
We look at the meaning and influences in relation to basal sleep and sleep debt
We look at the factors that can affect your basal sleep needs
This note of caution is a must for everyone to read and observe regarding health conditions
We look at what you may experience if you lack good quality sleep including the issue of weight gain
This lecture is about stressing the importance and connection sleep o other factors
Here we explore and discuss common myths around sleep
We explore the key stages in a sleep cycle
We start to explore deeper the main influences we highlighted in the introduction. This lecture looks at the role of diet, habits around eating and foods that aid sleep
We look at the role of blood sugars
We look at the importance of proper hydration and the do#s and don'ts
This lecture looks at the various stimulants and their influence over your quality of sleep
This lecture looks at the quality of your mind and the way in which you think and therefore the influence on your sleep
This lecture looks at stress and how stress can stop you from sleeping
This lecture looks that exercise and how exercise can benefit you in life and in particular promoting good quality sleep
This lecture just reinforces 2 particular points about what you can and can't do in the bedroom
This lecture looks at brainwaves, and how brainwaves can be influenced in different ways, and the essential brainwave that is needed for sleep.
This lecture looks at light, and how light is perceived in your mind. This lecture stresses the dos and don'ts in relation to lights to ensure effective sleep.
This lecture gives you guidance and what's considered optimum room temperature to support good quality sleep
This lecture looks at the influence of sound on how we sleep and what you can do to improve the quality of your sleep.
Considering we spend such a long time in bed, this lecture looks at the importance of getting the bedding just right to ensure good quality sleep
We are often jolted out of our sleep by noisy alarm clocks, this lecture looks at how you can circumnavigate this problem by using different styles of alarm clocks that are far gentler on your mind.
Air quality can have a significant impact on your general health and therefore your ability to sleep, so we look at some options to improve the overall air quality within your property.
Start to look at health Mood and quality of thinking go very well together. So in this lecture will look at how mood can influence your sleep.
Many people don't realise how the quality of their sleep can influence their weight. We look at two fundamental hormones that are influenced by sleep, that ultimately impact your food intake.
This lecture will look at the connection between sleep and how lack of it can influence the quality of your thinking.
Often people overlook the fact that poor quality sleep can impact their life in different ways. This lecture looks at how poor quality sleep can affect your sex life.
Many people don't realise how poor quality sleep can also affect and physically. In this particular lecture we look at the connection between poor quality sleep and its impact on your skin.
This lecture focuses on the importance of routine in order to establish a good bedtime routine. After all the creatures of habit, most of what we do is routine from the minute we get up-to-the-minute we go to bed. Creating us new sleeping habit is nothing more than creating new habit.
Will like to sleep a certain way, however do we realise the full impact on the quality of our sleep from the way in which we sleep.
If you're able to sleep better at night, what else could you be doing in life that you not doing now?.
As I mentioned earlier, routine is essential. In order to create new habits, we need consistency. This lecture talks about what we need to do to create permanent
An Experienced Mind Coach and Certified TRX Trainer. Umesh has worked with many clients on a one on one basis in private practice for over 8 years. He's worked with emotional, physical and psychological issues. The aim has always been to empower his clients to take control and be responsible for the changes they're looking for.
Umesh has regularly worked with anxiety, stress, Insomnia, social phobia, lack of confidence, weight loss, relationship issues and performance at work.
Prior to this Umesh was a HR & Recruitment Manager in the City of London and often dealt with psychological issues within the workplace.