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For optimal brain function, emotional well-being, and physical health, adults need 7-9 hours of sleep, teens need 8-10 hours, and younger children need even more. A single sleepless night can lead to fatigue, anxiety, bad moods, and brain fog.
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Overcoming Insomnia

Assess your risks for low quality sleep. Untreated sleep apnea and other sleep related disorders are linked to obesity, dementia, depression, car accident deaths, and more. Learn how to improve your overall health with our sleep medicine expert and psychiatrist, Dr. Shane Creado.

 

What you will learn...

Why sleep is important

Evidence-based lessons highlighting the necessity of healthy sleep patterns to combat illness. Common sleep disorders that are often missed

What is poor sleep...

Using assessments and questionnaires to evaluate sleep quality including a sleep diary and tracking charts

Healing sleep issues...

Supplements, cognitive behavioral strategies, and other holistic regimens clinically proven to optimize sleep leading to clearer thinking and better mood

Sample Lesson: Overcoming Insomnia