The cost of sleep deprivation
Lack of sleep is costing you money and happiness. It’s also costing the UK economy £50 billion.
The NHS give out at least 10 million prescriptions for sleep medication every year. One third of the Uk population doesn’t get a good night’s sleep every night.
Long term, the clinical consequences of untreated sleep disorders are very serious and are associated with numerous serious illnesses, including high blood pressure, strokes and depression.
Improving individual sleep habits can have huge implications on productivity and the ability to focus at work. Simple changes specific to the individual can make a big difference.
Sleep is like a magic pill. Your mind is clearer, you feel happier, your memory improves and your creativity will be at it’s highest.
Anandi will show you how to sleep better using her unique Ayurveda Sleep Therapy process
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