Burn Out



Dr Sam emphasises the point to your staff on how important sleep is in our everyday lives.
Sleep is a vital, often neglected, component of every person’s overall health and well-being. Sleep is important because it enables the body to repair and be fit and ready for another day. When it comes to your health, sleep is as vital as regular exercise and eating a balanced diet
We delve deeper into why we need good sleep patterns.
Sleep affects so many aspects of our lives, with this one pillar of health being inadequate the negative effects on the body are increased, for example poor sleep can lead to one or more of the below;
Increased weight gain and risk of Type 2 diabetes
Poor sleepers have a greater risk of Heart disease and Stroke
Poor sleep is linked to depression
Increased inflammation responses in the body
Sleep affects our emotions and social interactions
Decreased immune function
Decreased concentration and productivity
We also discuss why in this modern age we don’t get enough sleep and what interrupting our sleep patterns PLUS natural way to improve ones sleep.
Science backs up why we should improve our sleep health.
Here are just some examples Sam will be expressing
  • 54% of Australians suffers from symptoms of insomnia every year
  • 59% of Adults snore
  • Over half a million people experience Sleep Apnea
-Statistics from National sleep foundation