How to Overcome Insomnia
Your patient’s health immediately falters with poor sleep. How do you help them recognise poor sleep hygiene? How do you help them if they’re not sleeping well?
12 Months OR Subscriber Pass
1.5 Hours total
Greg Potter PhD
About this course
If your patient is not sleeping well there’s an immediate limit on how well they can get. Our patient’s health immediately falters with poor sleep even though they may not be aware of it. How do you help your clients recognise poor sleep hygiene? How do you know if they are sleeping well and how can you help them if they’re not? Dr Greg Potter has a PhD in sleep science and has prepared a presentation on why we need to address and how to address our patient’s sleep.
The discussion will first explore what good sleep health really is, viewing sleep problems through a transdiagnostic sleep and circadian biology lense. The focus will then move to some of the causes and consequences of insomnia before covering the fundamental sleep health behaviours that we should all be doing, regardless of our sleep issues. Finally, Greg will highlight the cornerstones of using cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia and turn to promising, novel ways of mitigating insomnia, such as intensive sleep retraining, lucid dreaming, and effective wearable devices.
What you receive:
Clear protocol explanations from some of the world's top practitioners
Clinical pearls for improved practice results
Access to your audio and video recordings via the App Store
A downloadable PDF of the presenter’s slides
Links to all referenced research papers and useful clinical handouts
Access to the community hub where you can get answers to your questions
A 30-day money back guarantee
From this course you will
- What healthy sleep really is
- The causes and consequences of insomnia
- What are the prerequisites for healthy sleep
- Behavioural therapies for insomnia
- Cognitive therapies for insomnia
- Supplementation for sleep
- Intensive sleep retraining
- Lucid dreaming training as a promising treatment for insomnia
- Wearables that might actually help improve sleep
What's in this course
Greg Potter PhD
Greg Potter PhD has a Master of Science from Loughborough University and gained his PhD on sleep, circadian rhythms, nutrition, and metabolism in 2018 from University of Leeds. Greg helps a range of individuals improve their health and performance, from elite athletes to CEOs.
Highlights of Greg’s career so far include coaching a sprinter to four gold medals in his category at the European Championships; having his research featured in dozens of international news outlets, including the BBC, Reuters, and The Washington Post; working with the US Naval Special Warfare Command; and helping to prepare two men to break the Atlantic rowing World Record; and being the sleep expert in an upcoming Channel 4 documentary on sleep and weight loss.