Each talk targets an age range or situation to ensure delegates leave with an in-depth understanding of the key elements to concentrate on to improve their own sleep of their children's. Talks are warmly welcome by new and experienced parents. It shows a great deal of care and support from employers. Talks are less constructive than workshops because they are shorter and not interactive but there are no limits to the number of attendees. Talks include a Q&A time at the end.
"Isabelle Edmondson is a wealth of information. I really enjoyed listening to her talk on school age children. She inspires trust through her extensive knowledge and experience in all matters surrounding sleep. She delivers her practical solutions and science-based evidence in a tangible and reassuring way. I only wish I could have met her and heard of her research years ago!"
Stephanie Dufikettyan

What about the adults?

Isabelle Edmondson also provides talks focussed on the understanding , management and improvement of adult sleep. Presentations are tailored to each audience. The content depend on the company's specific requirements.
Adult Sleep talks

What are the enemies and allies of a restorative sleep for adults? How does one reduce  insomnia? What are the effects of sleeping pills? How can a body-clock be respected and strengthened? what exercise induces a good night sleep?  Adults have so many question about their own sleep! Talks are an efficient way to deliver knowledge and practical advice to a group of employees. They can be delivered as part of a themed event day, or as a standalone informative session 

Popular subjects covered in “adult sleep” talks:

  • The effects of sleep deprivation on mental, social and physical abilities
  • Detecting sleep deprivation
  • Sleep mechanics and architecture: knowledge is power
  • How to respect and consolidate individual body clocks
  • Enemies of healthy sleeping habits
  • Allies of a restorative sleep
  • Nutrition to promote good quality sleep
  • Exercise to promote good quality sleep
  •  Jet lags and shift work
  • Breathing disorders and self assessment
  • Sleeping pills Vs Alternative medicine to support your sleep
  • Insomnias (understanding,  preventing and reducing)
  •  Recommendations on  additional support (gadgets, books, etc)
Isabelle Edmondson +447888204374
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