A Good Night's Sleep
Human beings typically spend about a third of their lives asleep, but for many people, not just those living with difficult periods of mental health, getting a good night’s sleep is a real problem.
Sleep benefits our mind, our mood and our body, whereas being sleep deprived has a big impact on our ability to do the things we need and want to do in our daily lives.
In this four session course, we will take a look at:
What is going on when we sleep and
What happens when we don't sleep well
Some of the common factors that contribute to sleeping badly
Practical steps that help us deal with sleep disturbances
Ways of living that promote good sleep
Adapting your daily routines to cope with a bad night's sleep
The course will be taking place 2pm-2:45pm via 'Zoom' on the following dates: Wednesday 27th May, Monday 1st June, Wednesday 3rd June, Monday 8th June.
Below is a face-to-face introduction to the course by our course leaders.