Sleep Improvement for Legal Professionals
How many times have you worked into the night and missed out on sleep?
Our bodies can cope with an occasional all-nighter, but prolonged periods of poor sleep can lead to a wide range of issues from lack of concentration and low mood, to burnout and even increased risk of stroke. If so you may need to learn about our Cognitive Sleep Therapy Techniques?
A good night’s sleep, on the other hand, leads to clearer thinking, better concentration and lower stress levels, meaning we perform better and get more done.
It is completely normal to experience difficulty sleeping. In fact, over 30% of adults struggle to get to sleep at least on a weekly basis. But, whether you suffer from the occasional poor night, or you have chronic insomnia, there are steps you can take to improve, such as our Cognitive Sleep Therapy Techniques.
Stress and sleep
The legal industry is a high stress environment. According to a recent survey, 63% of employees reported high levels of stress daily, the second highest industry in the UK.
Stress and sleep have a bi-directional relationship: Stress is a leading cause of poor sleep, but loss of sleep can also increase stress, making legal professionals at risk of developing sleep problems, and increasing stress levels!
How well do you sleep?
Take the 1 minute Check-Up below to find out:
Are you ready to put an end to poor sleep?
At SleepHubs, we want to help everybody to sleep better, that’s why we tailor our sleep improvement courses and Cognitive Sleep Therapy Techniques to each individual.
You don’t need to put your life on hold to take part. Our courses fit into your schedule and are completed online, at your own pace, in the comfort of your own home.
Take the SleepHubs Check-Up above to find your course recommendation.