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The Sleep Masterclass Comments

9 lessons online
90 minutes per lesson
Receive a certificate for 13.5 CE hours
Attend LIVE online and/or watch ON DEMAND
6 months to watch and review


Poor sleep has profound effects on your patient’s physiology. Almost every condition that you are seeing is worsened by poor sleep quantity and/or quality. And your patients are very frequently sleep-deprived. It’s practically an epidemic and we need to assess and consider sleep quality in every single patient.

Sleep hygiene is one of the most important tools for getting your patients well again. With the purchase of this Course, you will receive 30% off our Adrenal/Stress/Sleep Masterclass here.

As a society, our hours of sleep have decreased progressively over the last few decades along with the quality of our sleep. Screens, stress, obesity, mood disorders, work hours, chronic pain and many other factors are disrupting our patient’s natural, healthy sleep rhythms and also their health.

This Sleep Masterclass will help you recognise the tell-tale indications of poor sleep and sleep disorders and help you create care plans for much more reliable and restorative sleep. With better sleep, you will have much happier patients and get better health outcomes in almost every person.

The known effects of poor sleep go way beyond the common fatigue presentation. Poor sleep is implicated in;

  • Chronic pain
  • Chronic inflammation
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Heart failure
  • Stroke
  • Hypertension
  • Heart attack
  • Obesity and diabetes
  • Impotence and low libido
  • Accelerated ageing
  • Mental health and functioning
  • Forgetfulness and impaired judgement
  • Poor cognitive function
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Dementia
  • Suicide

The epidemic of insomnia is impacting peoples lives, jobs, relationships, health and it affects almost every one of your patients. The material that you will learn in this Masterclass will function as one of the foundations for your practice. Good sleep is so important, and so rare, that every one of your patient’s should have a sleep plan.



  • When to look for sleep as a strong contributor to your patient’s conditions
  • How to identify a possible sleep disorder
  • What healthy sleep looks and functions like
  • How poor sleep impacts your patient’s metabolism
  • How to assess and diagnose sleep dysfunction and circadian disorders
  • Nutritional and herbal treatment for insomnia
  • How to repair circadian rhythm in shift workers
  • Which environmental chemicals are affecting sleep
  • How to correct sleep-disordered breathing
  • Why women have specific sleep disturbances and how to correct these
  • How to prescribe sleep plans for children
  • How to recognise and care for unusual sleep disorders (see Lesson 9 in Program Outline below)


  • Clear protocol explanations
  • Clinical pearls for improved practice results
  • Access to audio and video recordings
  • A PDF of the presenter’s slides
  • Links to all referenced research papers and useful clinical handouts
  • Your exclusive invitation to our alumni hub to ask questions

Thursday, 19 September, 2019







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