For many years I have been accompanying individuals who have trouble sleeping and offer intensive courses on sleep and relaxation techniques in companies.
If you have sleep problems, it is often helpful to have some “hard facts”, e.g. how much sleep is needed, how the lack of sleep can be compensated and also, which further preventive measures can be useful. Sometimes it makes sense to have the reasons for the problem examined medically. Depending on the concerns you bring with you, it is possible that the topics of “stress management” are mixed up with various other topics and technical aspects. Clarifying which approach is a priority for you and which techniques best suit you can allow you to develop a strategy to incorporate into your everyday life independently after a few hours.
The challenges of everyday life can be mastered well if there are sufficient possibilities to recover and relax. But there are always phases in life when many people have the feeling that they just don’t have the time. Lack of sleep, susceptibility to illness, mood swings, and the feeling of being under constant high pressure can be signs of unmitigated stress from which you have not been able to recover.
Good physical and mental self-care is the best health prevention and has the potential to prevent various stress-related issues. Self-care also includes the ability to use various relaxation techniques - and this has a positive effect on well-being from the very beginning, both physically and mentally.