Poor sleep negatively impacts on the brains cognitive and emotional performance
•Reduced Pre-frontal Cortex Activity
Focus & Attention Reduces
Good Judgement Impairs
Memory Recall Decreases
Creative Problem Solving Diminishes
Communication Ability Lowers
•Increased Limbic System Activity
Greater emotional instability
Increased irrational thinking
Enhanced negative view of self and others
Increased negative outlook
Increased vulnerability to poor mental health
Sleep Education Events
Average before and after program results from Sleep To Perform clients (November 2016):
69% reported improvements in their ability to manage daytime stress.
81% experienced improvements in their ability to detach from work and connect with their home-lives after work.
88% saw improvements in their sleep quality.
"Sleep To Perform is a highly practical & relevant programme which changed my attitude towards sleep as a performance-enhancing activity. Highly recommended as a team development element to strengthen resilience and performance."
Olaf Dehnbostel - Global HR Director Personal Care
"For many of our staff the 'Sleep to Perform' session was their first insight into the importance of sleep on performance. The engaging and informative sessions hit a chord with our staff many of who are still feeling the benefits of his advice to this day."
Sarah Strain - Experience and Event Executive
“The Sleep To Perform program was an exceptionally well received event, giving attendees a real insight into tools and techniques to get a good night’s sleep. There was a real sense of shared understanding of things we all can benefit from. The conversations about the program have lasted well beyond the event with many commenting that their sleep patterns had improved.”
David Wherrett, Director of Workforce, Cambridge University Hospital