SLEEP16_banner_day-2During my time working as a clinician one-to-one with thousands of people with chronic fatigue, it was clear that recovery was highly unlikely unless the patient was sleeping well.

Poor sleep is a cardinal symptom of people with fatigue (and is required to be present in the latest diagnostic criteria for CFS/ME).

But poor sleep is also scientifically associated  with obesity, diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, mood disorders, immune system dysfunction and reduced life expectancy.

Sleep affects every aspect of your life. Yet, for most, restful sleep is a complete mystery! To improve anything, you must start with sleep.

Join me on Day 2 of the Sleep Success Summit, online and free from August 8-15, 2016 with my friend Dr Michael Breus, the USA’s leading expert on sleep, to discover how adverse childhood events and unresolved emotional trauma may be an underlying cause of a chronic sleep problem.

Register for FREE now at the following link:

Own all of the expert talks to watch at your own pace:

SLEEP16_banner_attend_600x600WHY ATTEND?

If you want to improve anything, it starts with sleep. Sleep heals illness. Sleep reduces stress. Like diet and exercise, sleep is a pillar of wellness. No matter who or where you are, it’s time to understand these educational facts and actionable ways to improve your sleep!

Did you know?

  • 30% of people experience insomnia at some point in their lives.
  • Those who sleep next to a snoring partner lose one hour of sleep each night.
  • 25% of children diagnosed with ADD or ADHD have a sleep disorder. When fixed, these symptoms disappear.
  • One night of sleep deprivation can put your body into a diabetic state!
  • A decrease in sleep by 1.5 hours reduces performance by 32%.
  • Reaction time after staying awake for 17-19 hours is worse than a 0.05% blood alcohol level.

Attend the Sleep Success Summit is online and free from August 8-15, 2016 and learn how to sleep well again!

Register for FREE at the following link today:

Own all of the expert talks to watch at your own pace:

I’ll see you at the summit!

To Your Health!



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