Healthy Sleep – How to prevent long-term sleeping problems and reverse engineer insomnia?
Stress related sleeplessness is normal – but how do we prevent that from becoming a longer term sleeping problem? And if we’re already sleeping poorly, what does the evidence show we can do about that?
Tracy will explore with you the fundamentals of what regulates sleep, in a practical way, so that you can understand the best and most evidence based guidance for how to help insomnia and prevent it from developing if you are sleeping well.
You will learn more about:
✅ What regulates sleep – it’s not sleep hygiene advice!
✅ What the key difference is between insomnia and all other sleep disorders – so you know when to get medical help
✅ How do people accidentally create sleeping problems by reacting to short term sleeping difficulties in specific ways
✅ What you can do to begin ‘reverse engineering’ insomnia if you have it already
✅ Where to get more help
Tracy HanniganQualified Sleep Therapist, recognised by the Society of Behavioural Sleep Medicine
Tracy Hannigan has a degree in psychology and worked in community mental health settings in the US for many years. After moving to the UK, Tracy later trained and registered as an osteopath in the UK. With decades of experience working with a variety of populations (mental health and chronic pain), Tracy took her interest in sleep and created a specialised sleep consultancy (Tracy The Sleep Coach) where she advises adults with insomnia and helps them reclaim good sleep, which allows them to live the life they want and deserve. Having had her own decade long-spanning experience with insomnia, she is uniquely experienced both personally and professionally to help people overcome sleeping problems – or avoid them – using the evidence-based approaches supported by global sleep societies.