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Optimise Your Sleep for Health and Productivity

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Optimise your sleep for health and productivity

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"Optimise your sleep for health and productivity" - corporate sleep seminar focuses on projecting sleep as the single most important factor to enhance productivity, manage fatigue, improve task effectiveness and reduce absenteeism.

The highlights of the talk would be to enlighten the audience on the science of sleep, how stress and anxiety can affect sleep and to correct the dysfunctional beliefs and attitudes about sleep.

The importance of sleep on decision making, memory formation and performance and how it can influence dietary habits will also be discussed.

The seminar will focus on how to tackle sleepless nights that are associated with insomnia and educate on sleep apnea and will conclude with information on how to nurture sleep.

Our speaker for this event is Motty Varghese

Motty Varghese worked in St James’s Hospital, Dublin as a Senior Sleep Physiologist for 15 years. He is also the founder of Sleep Therapy Clinic where he offers non-medication treatment for Insomnia and Circadian rhythm disorders. Motty is licensed by the Board of Registered Polysomnography Technologists in the USA and he also holds a mini-fellowship in Behavioural Sleep medicine from Perelman School of Medicine, Univ. Of Pennsylvania. His research interests are in Sleep diagnostics and have presented in European Respiratory Society and Irish Thoracic Society meetings. Motty has frequently contributed to Irish print and audio-visual media. He has also spoken at National Sleep Foundation meeting in Texas, and to employees of Google based in global locations and many other Irish and multinational organisations.

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Organiser Carlow Kilkenny Training Skillnet

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The Carlow Kilkenny Skillnet was established in January 1999 by a number of Senior Managers in organisations in the Carlow Kilkenny area. Initial discussions showed that the organisations shared common training problems, namely,

  • Access to information on courses / training, and new technologies available for training purposes
  • Sourcing training programmes
  • Finding courses that were relevant to the specific needs of each organisation
  • The location of available courses

By working together, these organisations have developed new, low cost, customised, and locally based solutions for their management and staff.

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