Sleep

It is estimated that £40 billion is lost each year by the British economy due to sleep deprivation.

Research

Research published in July 2016 by Hult International Business School suggests improving employees’ poor sleep may not only boost their health and wellbeing, but may give businesses a competitive advantage.

Harder to switch off

Reports indicate we are reaching a sleep epidemic as it becomes harder to switch off from the working world at home. Poor sleep not only impacts an individual’s performance, judgement and concentration, but it is also believed to contribute to depression and anxiety.

Hälsa Wellbeing Support

Our workshops aim to support your staff to understand sleep, why it is important, and to give them tools and techniques to improve sleep. We also run workshops for shift workers and provide advice on nutrition and sleep.

 

Halsa Wellbeing Sleep Workshop