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Nutritional Support for Sleep: a full day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 22nd May 2018 9:30 am

The topic of this season’s seminar is sleep – something that could be the single most important influence on the health of both brain and body.

There is strong evidence for its phenomenal power in supporting emotional stability, learning, memory, creativity, immune function, blood glucose control, appetite and body weight, blood pressure and even a balanced gut microbiome. Not surprisingly, then, getting enough sleep is crucial in helping us to age well and ward off chronic illnesses.

But if sleep is so important, why are so many of us failing to get enough? Why are half of us only managing 6 hours a night or less? How has the problem become so significant that The World Health Organisation has felt is necessary to declare a, ‘sleep loss epidemic’ throughout industrialized nations?

These and many other questions will be explored in this new full-day seminar for healthcare practitioners. We’ll be looking at what happens during sleep, why we need it and the many documented health effects of poor sleep. We’ll then be looking at the most common barriers to getting a good night’s sleep and we’ll be using a personalised approach to nutrition and lifestyle to find ways to help individuals with a variety of sleep problems.

As always, the event will be information-rich but also very interactive, helping all attendees to deepen and broaden their knowledge in this important area of health.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at the Royal Society of Medicine, London W1 and costs £44.95. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 product voucher and a product sample. 

For more informaiton and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Nutritional Support for Sleep: a full day event for healthcare practitioners

Wednesday, 6th June 2018 9:30 am

The topic of this season’s seminar is sleep – something that could be the single most important influence on the health of both brain and body.

There is strong evidence for its phenomenal power in supporting emotional stability, learning, memory, creativity, immune function, blood glucose control, appetite and body weight, blood pressure and even a balanced gut microbiome. Not surprisingly, then, getting enough sleep is crucial in helping us to age well and ward off chronic illnesses.

But if sleep is so important, why are so many of us failing to get enough? Why are half of us only managing 6 hours a night or less? How has the problem become so significant that The World Health Organisation has felt is necessary to declare a, ‘sleep loss epidemic’ throughout industrialized nations?

These and many other questions will be explored in this new full-day seminar for healthcare practitioners. We’ll be looking at what happens during sleep, why we need it and the many documented health effects of poor sleep. We’ll then be looking at the most common barriers to getting a good night’s sleep and we’ll be using a personalised approach to nutrition and lifestyle to find ways to help individuals with a variety of sleep problems.

As always, the event will be information-rich but also very interactive, helping all attendees to deepen and broaden their knowledge in this important area of health.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at the Royal Society of Medicine, London W1 and costs £44.95. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 product voucher and a product sample. 

For more informaiton and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Nutritional Support for Sleep: a full day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 19th June 2018 9:30 am

The topic of this season’s seminar is sleep – something that could be the single most important influence on the health of both brain and body.

There is strong evidence for its phenomenal power in supporting emotional stability, learning, memory, creativity, immune function, blood glucose control, appetite and body weight, blood pressure and even a balanced gut microbiome. Not surprisingly, then, getting enough sleep is crucial in helping us to age well and ward off chronic illnesses.

But if sleep is so important, why are so many of us failing to get enough? Why are half of us only managing 6 hours a night or less? How has the problem become so significant that The World Health Organisation has felt is necessary to declare a, ‘sleep loss epidemic’ throughout industrialized nations?

These and many other questions will be explored in this new full-day seminar for healthcare practitioners. We’ll be looking at what happens during sleep, why we need it and the many documented health effects of poor sleep. We’ll then be looking at the most common barriers to getting a good night’s sleep and we’ll be using a personalised approach to nutrition and lifestyle to find ways to help individuals with a variety of sleep problems.

As always, the event will be information-rich but also very interactive, helping all attendees to deepen and broaden their knowledge in this important area of health.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at One Warwick Park Hotel, Tunbridge Wells and costs £44.95. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 product voucher and a product sample. 

For more informaiton and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Nutritional Support for Sleep: a full day event for healthcare practitioners

Wednesday, 27th June 2018 9:30 am

The topic of this season’s seminar is sleep – something that could be the single most important influence on the health of both brain and body.

There is strong evidence for its phenomenal power in supporting emotional stability, learning, memory, creativity, immune function, blood glucose control, appetite and body weight, blood pressure and even a balanced gut microbiome. Not surprisingly, then, getting enough sleep is crucial in helping us to age well and ward off chronic illnesses.

But if sleep is so important, why are so many of us failing to get enough? Why are half of us only managing 6 hours a night or less? How has the problem become so significant that The World Health Organisation has felt is necessary to declare a, ‘sleep loss epidemic’ throughout industrialized nations?

These and many other questions will be explored in this new full-day seminar for healthcare practitioners. We’ll be looking at what happens during sleep, why we need it and the many documented health effects of poor sleep. We’ll then be looking at the most common barriers to getting a good night’s sleep and we’ll be using a personalised approach to nutrition and lifestyle to find ways to help individuals with a variety of sleep problems.

As always, the event will be information-rich but also very interactive, helping all attendees to deepen and broaden their knowledge in this important area of health.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at the Royal Society of Medicine, London W1 and costs £44.95. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 product voucher and a product sample. 

For more informaiton and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Nutritional Support for Sleep: a full day event for healthcare practitioners

Tuesday, 3rd July 2018 9:30 am

The topic of this season’s seminar is sleep – something that could be the single most important influence on the health of both brain and body.

There is strong evidence for its phenomenal power in supporting emotional stability, learning, memory, creativity, immune function, blood glucose control, appetite and body weight, blood pressure and even a balanced gut microbiome. Not surprisingly, then, getting enough sleep is crucial in helping us to age well and ward off chronic illnesses.

But if sleep is so important, why are so many of us failing to get enough? Why are half of us only managing 6 hours a night or less? How has the problem become so significant that The World Health Organisation has felt is necessary to declare a, ‘sleep loss epidemic’ throughout industrialized nations?

These and many other questions will be explored in this new full-day seminar for healthcare practitioners. We’ll be looking at what happens during sleep, why we need it and the many documented health effects of poor sleep. We’ll then be looking at the most common barriers to getting a good night’s sleep and we’ll be using a personalised approach to nutrition and lifestyle to find ways to help individuals with a variety of sleep problems.

As always, the event will be information-rich but also very interactive, helping all attendees to deepen and broaden their knowledge in this important area of health.

This event for healthcare practitioners is sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare Ltd. It takes place at the Royal Society of Medicine, London W1 and costs £44.95. You will receive an attendance certificate, 6 CPD points, a £30 product voucher and a product sample. 

For more informaiton and booking please contact Lamberts on 01892 554358. Or book online at www.lambertshealthcare.co.uk.


Nutritional Support for Sleep: Q & A session

Thursday, 19th July 2018 6:00 pm

This is a free, 2-hour live Q & A session for healthcare practitioners who attend the sleep seminars during May, June and July this year. Between 6pm and 8pm I'll be working with my colleague Shoela Detsios to answer any outstanding questions following the seminars. If you're attending a seminar, you'll get details there of how to join the discussion on 19 July; or you can contact Lamberts Healthcare on 01892 554358 for more details on how to join the Lamberts Practitioner Linked-In Group.  


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