Sleep plays an essential role in how our bodies and minds function. Here’s how to sleep better.
Gabie comes from the country town of Dubbo which is about 5 hours north west of Sydney.
Her passion for chiropractic comes from many years of interest in health and the human body as well as
personal experiences with chiropractic treatment. She has a passion for health and the benefits that
chiropractic has on the body. Gabie has attended courses in Thompson Technique and Dry Needling to help
expand her knowledge within the field.
This July is Sleep awareness week from the 4th to the 10th so we are getting on board with some tips & tricks to help you get the rest you deserve.
We go to bed every night (for most!) – So why don’t we have this sleep thing down pat yet? Why is it that we are living in a sleep deprived society, with studies showing only a quarter of us get the full 8 hours sleep we need and 1 in 5 of us never wake up feeling refreshed?
The long term side effects of poor sleep quality and quantity are well documented including higher risk of:
But the effects on your mind, mood & mental health are just as serious.
A study published by the University of Freiburg in 2016, found that the role of sleep is to wipe our brain synapses clean at the end of the day, when they’re at full capacity and reset the brains memory connection. Without it the brain simply can’t function properly and starts to behave erratically.
Even if you don’t classify yourself as a poor sleeper, our hectic modern day lives may leave you short changed, shaving off an hour or two here and there to do some extra work/study or go out with friends, can start to add up very quickly.
So there is no better time than now to get your sleep patterns back on track then right now.
For more information or to book an appointment with one of our chiropractors – Call the clinic on (02) 8411 1024
2/274 Pennant Hills Rd, Thornleigh, NSW, 2120
We're located on the corner of Pennant Hills Rd and Railway Pde with the entrance just round the corner on Railway Pde. It's a 3min walk from the door of the train at Thornleigh station or an equally short walk over the foot bridge from Aldi.