San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
SLEEP HACKING 101:
Do you have trouble falling asleep at night?
Do you feel tired in the mornings even after a full night's sleep?
Do you find yourself hitting a "wall" every afternoon after lunch?
The solution: Hack your sleep for the best nights rest of your life!
Using the latest information and technology, we will explore the steps you can take to radically improve your sleep and sleep habits.
You will learn:
- How to tell if your are sleep deprived (it's not as simple as you think!)
- Health issues that are (surprisingly) linked to a lack of sleep
- Why shiftwork is hazardous to your health
- How much sleep do we REALLY need and can we get too much?
- Top stress busting techniques for restful sleep
- The best methods to create an optimal sleeping environment
- Best sleep habits to ensure a good night's rest
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- Research has shown that a quarter of all Canadians are chronically sleep deprived. Unfortunately, unlike nutrition and fitness, once your missed sleep it is very difficult to make up for it later.
- Sleep deprivation has also been shown to be just as deadly as smoking and can literally take years off of your life! Here's why:
- A person who has not slept for 20 hours has a level of impairment equal to someone with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 per cent, over the limit of 0.05, at which a driver is considered legally impaired in Ontario.
- A non-typical sleep schedule from shift work disturbs the body’s natural pattern of rest and rejuvenation, which can lead to physical and mental problems, including cardiovascular disease, hypertension, asthma, diabetes and depression.
- Chronic sleep deprivation can contribute to obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart attack, stroke and other medical conditions. The amount of sleep and the quality of sleep have been shown to affect appetite, weight control and the effectiveness of diets for weight loss.
- An extra hour of sleep a night appears to decrease the risk of coronary heart calcification, or hardening of the arteries, an early indicator of cardiovascular disease.
When & Where
Revolution Health Seminars
"We have been teaching nutrition, fitness, and natural health principles for over a decade and we are passionate about helping others reclaim their health and thrive through the latest, cutting edge principles of health and wellness."
Dr. Chris Chatzoglou, D.C., is a practicing chiropractor in Vancouver, BC, a natural health expert specializing in nutrition and fitness, a former health columnist for the Winnipeg Free Press and broadcast co-host for the popular Everyday Revolutions.
Dr. Alain Desaulniers DC is a 2nd generation chiropractor in a family of 43+ chiropractors. He loves what he does and is passionate about serving others. Doctor of chiropractic, international speaker and educator, he’s been featured on numerous podcasts, has been applauded on stages big and small the whole world over and has been honoured to share the platform with some of the brightest minds in health, wellness and personal development.