Cognitive Health Seminar Series
Seminar 1: Come and learn the exciting developments and understandings of the very important links between sleep and your brain
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Often feeling forgetful?
Battling to remember where you put your keys?
Struggling to sleep at night?
Join leading Naturopathic Sleep Specialist, Kirsten Taylor for an eye-opening evening seminar on the latest research into the links between sleep and your brain. Start understanding the exciting developments for how sleep affects brain function.
The Sleep-Brain Connection
The brain is the information centre of the body, focusing, learning, storing and recalling information at will is just one of its many functions. And sleep is the key to unlocking the brains potential to process all of the information and develop strong mental clarity and recall.
Learn what the latest research says about the incredibly complex phenomenon between sleep, learning and optimal brain function.
Who is this seminar for:
This seminar has been created by the Naturopathic Sleep Specialist at SleepDrops, for people of all ages, experiencing cognitive or sleep concerns or supporting someone experiencing:
- Often losing things
- Struggling to get to sleep
- Difficulties staying asleep
- Waking up frequently during the night
- Feels mentally drained
- Brain fog
What you will learn?
This is the first of a 3 part seminar series.
In this 30 minute seminar, Kirsten will share:
- The sleep phases and cycles
- The brain waves
- What is disrupting the normal sleep phases and cycles
- How sleep impacts brain function
- What are the brain functions needed for cognitive health
Tickets for our event are non-refundable. If you can no longer attend, you are welcome to transfer your ticket someone else. Please email us if you wish to do so: firstname.lastname@example.org