Multi-Country 2019: Mel Wakeman

Delegate: Mel Wakeman

Affiliations: Wakeman Nutrition

Short Bio: Mel Wakeman is a Registered Nutritionist with 26 years experience studying and teaching as a senior lecturer in Nutrition and Applied Physiology. She now has a private practice coaching individuals as well as working with organisations to increase health and happiness in the workplace. She regularly delivers sleep seminars that highlight the harm that poor sleep can have on health, providing tips on how to combat a lifestyle that expects us to be switched ‘on’ at all times and tools to help you improve your sleep quality.

Activity: Friday the 15th March is World Sleep Day. Let me open your eyes to the negative impact poor sleep has on our health but then equip you with my 8 step plan to better sleep and some vital sleep tools you can implement straight away to help improve your own sleep quality.

Wakeman Nutrition is an official Delegate of World Sleep Day 2019 and invites you to join Mel Wakeman for a FREE 1hr online sleep seminar to increase your understanding of the important link between healthy sleep and aging.

Did you know we spend up to 1/3 of our lives sleeping. That may sound a lot but actually, 35% of us are sleep deprived which is having a negative effect on our health and well-being.

Sleep is a basic human need and when we don’t get enough, we are at a much greater risk of many psychological conditions such as depression and anxiety.

Next day effects of poor quality sleep include a negative impact on our mood, energy levels, attention span, memory and learning ability. Longer term effects of sleep deprivation are linked to obesity, diabetes, weakened immune systems and even some cancers.

The good news is you can do something about it!

This online sleep seminar will teach you about the sleep cycle – what regulates and influences your duration and quality of sleep.

Learn about the consequences of poor sleep and the importance of sound, restorative sleep.

Come away with my 8 steps to better sleep so you can start to build your own sleep tool kit.

I hope to see you there!


Details on how to book can be found here:

Location: Online Webinar

Date of Activity: 15.03.2019

Submitted By: Mel Wakeman