A sleep course designed specifically for workplaces to help you improve your sleep and achieve better health and performance.
Secrets Of Sleep
Welcome to the Secrets of Sleep. A short course for workplaces delivered by sleep epidemiologist Dr Yu Sun Bin.
This course is designed using the latest research to equip you with an understanding of the fundamentals of sleep and its inextricable relationship to your health and performance.
You'll learn proven techniques to improve your sleep and practical advice you can implement straight away.
Who Is This Course For?
If you’re interested in understanding more about the role of sleep in improving health and performance, this program is for you. We can deliver it as a standalone activity or as part of a broader, integrated wellbeing program.
Leaders & Business Owners
Ensuring your people have access to the latest research and tools to support their health is an increasingly important aspect of the employee experience expected in today’s companies.
You can implement this course as a standalone activity with a group of up to 50 people to evaluate its benefits.
With a busy lifestyle it’s easy to deprioritise sleep. However, the research tells us that it is a key driver for your mental, emotional and physical wellbeing.
This program provides you and your colleagues with the knowledge and tools to improve your sleep in a supportive group environment.
This course includes live sessions with our health experts to give you the opportunity to ask questions, clarify understanding and support behaviour change.
Dr Yu Sun Bin
Sun is your lead expert, here to guide you through the course. As a Sleep Epidemiologist at the University of Sydney, Sun’s research explores how sleep and circadian rhythms affect our collective health and wellbeing.
Her work has influenced guidelines for healthy sleep duration, and she is strongly involved in advocacy for greater awareness of quality sleep as a way to maintain health and prevent disease.
Simone is part of our expert team to support you as you seek to improve your sleep. She is an endorsed Clinical Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
Simone has extensive clinical experience in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of anxiety disorders, mood disorders, substance use disorders, and eating disorders, and focuses on improving client’s sleep quality as part of her treatment approach.
This course is broken down into seven easily digestible chapters you can complete in your own time. Each chapter has a corresponding activity to complete to help you put your knowledge into practice.
Meet your course leader Dr Yu Sun Bin and find out more about her work as a Sleep Epidemiologist.
Why We Sleep?
We spend over a third of our lives sleeping, but why? Here we cover the function of sleep as a biological necessity for our bodies.
How Sleep Works
Sleep is the interaction of two biological processes. We use this two-process model to understand how sleep works. The interaction between these two processes impacts how we perform mentally and physically throughout the day. In this chapter we explore these two processes and uncover why some of us are morning larks and others are night owls. Which one are you?
What is “Good” Sleep?
We've all heard that adage that we should be getting 8 hours of sleep a night, but is this backed up by science? Find out what actually constitutes 'good' sleep and the true benefits of getting a good night's sleep.
Consequences of Poor Sleep
Many of us have experienced pulling an all-nighter or the sleep deprivation associated with having young children, but have you ever considered the impact this had on your body, brain, memory and decision making. Discover the impact of poor sleep through a fascinating case study from the past and more recent studies from sleep scientists.
Sleep in Modern Society
Technology, our 24-hour society and artificial light all have an impact on our modern day sleep habits. What should we be aware of and what changes can we make to maintain healthy sleep habits for ourselves and our families?
Like most things in wellbeing there are no ‘quick wins’ when it comes to sleep, but here we cover the fundamental practical sleep optimising hacks we can all implement for a better night's sleep. Put these rules into practice regularly and consistently to achieve your best sleep.
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