What is happening this month at Sleep Unlimited? – March 2022
We have a very busy but exciting March ahead of us at Sleep Unlimited!
Our Team is Expanding!
Firstly, we have Denise, our Training Co-Ordinator and Assistant Psychologist, joining our team full time this week. As our open courses are growing this year, with extra course dates for 2022, this has come at the perfect time. Having Denise onboard full time will allow us to offer more support to our delegates before and after our courses.
Our first two-day REST Programme™ of 2022 kicks off on the 11th & 12th of March, followed by our Sleep in those with Complex Conditions course on the 22nd of March. We have limited availability on these courses, so please do email Denise at email@example.com if you are interested in attending. All of our upcoming course dates for 2022, including online and face to face courses, can be found on our website https://sleepunlimited.co.uk/next-courses/.
We are really looking forward to working more closely with Denise on a day-to-day basis and we are excited about all the amazing qualities she will bring to our team.
Dr Lee, Mandy and Chloe are heading to their first face to face conference since March 2020 (with many more to come this year!). We can’t wait to meet everyone at the Health & Wellbeing @ Work Conference on the 15th & 16th of March at the NEC in Birmingham.
Employee health and wellbeing is even more important now, post pandemic, as rates of reported sleep and fatigue in employees has increased due to extra stress and pressures caused by the covid pandemic. There has been a 37% increase in sleep problems in the first wave of pandemic as compared to pre-pandemic.1 Poor sleep and increased fatigue levels impact productivity, motivation, and employees’ overall mental health, therefore it is vital to learn and understand how to assess and treat employees’ sleep problems.
If you are also attending the Health & Wellbeing at Work Conference do come and say hello at stand 128, and don’t miss Dr David Lee’s talk Managing the Symptoms of Long-COVID – Why Sleep is Critical on the 15th at 2.15 pm at the Working With Health Conditions Theatre.
If you are not attending the Health & Wellbeing @ Work Conference but are interested in finding out more about how you can support your employees with their sleep and mental health, do reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
World Sleep Day
It is also the 15th annual #WorldSleepDay coming up on the 18th of March. The theme this year is Quality Sleep, Sound Mind, Happy World – as usual we will be sharing with you our free resources on social media.
This year we will be focusing on raising awareness on the importance of good quality sleep and how this can improve concentration during the day. We will also be sharing tips on the best ways to wind down and calm your mind before bed, to help initiate sleep.
Keep a look out on our social media in the week leading up to World Sleep Day so you don’t miss any of our helpful tips!
We are also fully booked in March for our bespoke REST Training, but we still have availability for Actigraphy, ApneaLink and iSleep Assessments. For further information please contact us at email@example.com