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BY LIAM HORAN, sli nua careers
Sleep is vital, without sleep we can be cranky, withdrawn, agitated, and just not ourselves. Sleep impacts our day to day lives in various ways including cognitive functions such as creativity and decision making. It is essential that you are getting the right amount. Although it is not always that easy. The recommended amount of sleep is seven to nine hours a night, yet most people get between five and six hours. This is not an adequate amount if you wish to function at your optimum level.
At ICPPD we are currently busy marketing and advertising our programmes due to commence at the end of September. I was thinking about the natural journey of personal and professional development in my own life, beginning with a personal development course and a programme on family studies from NUI Maynooth.
You have probably already decided to exercise more and eat healthier in 2018, but what about getting more, or better, sleep this year?
If you have trouble getting a good night’s sleep you are not alone. About one in 10 people has difficulty sleeping on three or more nights a week.
Do you regularly have difficulty falling or staying asleep? Are you chronically too tired to function? Are your legs active or restless at night? Does chronic pain or digestive problems affect your sleep?
A Vogel's natural herbal sleep aid Dormeasan revealed the results of a national sleep survey that has shed light on the chronic bad sleeping patterns and habits present in Ireland today.
When the alarm goes off in the morning do you spring out of bed, eager to face the new day? Or maybe you linger a little longer mentally building yourself up to the challenge of leaving blanketstreet? Or do you press the snooze button and go back to sleep?
Paddy Lavin from Absolute Hypnotherapy outlines how hypnosis can help you combat sleep disturbances.
Help is at hand for sleep-deprived parents struggling to cope with their child's sleep problems.