Sleep is an essential function, and most adults require between seven and nine hours daily with children and teenagers needing substantially more, particularly if they are younger than five years of age. In children and teens, sleep also helps support growth and development.
During sleep, your body is working to support healthy brain function and maintain physical health. Without enough sleep, the brain cannot function properly, and this can impair its abilities. Getting inadequate sleep over time can raise the risk for chronic long-term health problems. A chronic lack of sleep may be the first sign of a sleep disorder. Various daily stressors, a disruptive bedroom environment, and certain conditions can all prevent individuals from receiving enough sleep. This webinar will look at aspects such as nutrition, healthy diet and positive lifestyle habits that can help ensure an adequate amount of sleep each night.
Date: July 12th
Time: 11:00 am