Working in shifts and sleeping better and having more energy, it is feasable! Do you notice that your biorhythm is disturbed by changing shifts and night shifts? During this program you go together with Dr. Inge Declercq for an optimal sleep pattern and higher energy levels. It is designed for anyone who works in shifts, irregular hours, or night shifts. All the consequences this has on your body, and how you can ensure that your sleep improves, you will learn in this course.
Sleep deprivation is one of the problems among people who work in shifts. But how do you recognize sleep deprivation? What are the signs of sleep deprivation? Dr. Inge Declercq gives you the tools to recognize sleep deprivation.
Video: A dip at night during work? Here's how to solve it!
During the night shift, do you get a dip every time around 2 to 3 o'clock? Are you really unable to move forward at those times? How can you solve this? There are better alternatives than drinking coffee and Dr. Inge Declercq gives you those alternatives in this video.
Working in shifts means that your sleep-wake cycle must constantly adapt. That is not easy at all and has a major impact on your sleep quality. By means of a questionnaire you can find out what your biorhythm is. And for each biorhythm, Dr. Inge Declercq gives useful tips to sleep better.
How can you improve your sleep quality? How do you make sure you wake up less often at night? With a few practical tips, you can remove the stress from your mind, regain your composure and sleep better.
Get rid of fretting and doomsday thinking, it doesn't have to be a utopia. Is it your fault that you lie awake at night? No, absolutely not. Inge Declercq gives you anti-peak techniques, so you can sleep well at night again.
Video: Food and sleep: nothing to do with each other?
Time for a more practical video. Nutrition and sleep always go hand in hand and even more so if you work shifts. What you eat and when you eat it, has a big influence on your sleep quality. Dr. Inge Declercq gives you some golden tips and tells you what you can gain.
As a shift worker, how can you move more and thus sleep better? Research shows that people who exercise regularly sleep up to 45 minutes more than people who don't exercise. With the practical tips of Dr. Inge Declercq you can strive for a better quality of sleep.
Video: Jenny van den Brandt - Exercise snack Shift work optimization
How can exercise help you sleep better at night? How do you feasibly and easily integrate exercise into your day, resulting in a good night's sleep? Sports and exercise coach Jenny van den Brandt comes up with the ultimate tip.