Recovery courses

11th September 2018

Creating a Sleep Paradigm Shift

HFE, a leading provider of personal trainer courses and fitness qualifications, recently talked to the world-renowned sleep coach himself, Nick Littlehales.

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Create your own recovery room

15th August 2018

Create Your Own Recovery Room

Discover how your bedroom can become a sleep sanctuary – a mental and physical recovery room – to get the maximum benefit from the R90 program.

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Sleep better

13th August 2018

Sleep Better With OB

The power of a good night’s sleep is untouchable. We know that getting a solid eight hours increases productivity, improves your memory, helps build your immune system and reduces stress.

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How food and drink can affect sleep

1st August 2018

How Food and Drink Affect Your Rest

What we eat has a knock-on effect on the way we sleep, but this does not necessarily mean we have to ban stimulants such as coffee and alcohol from our diets.

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Power of Naps

10th July 2018

Don’t scoff at the power of a nap: Rediscover the proven benefits of power-napping

Sleep guru to the stars Nick Littlehales tells Joanna that eight hours’ shut-eye a night really isn’t necessary and explains why we need to look at slumber in an entirely different way.

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Soccerex Global Convention 2017 with Nick Littlehales

27th September 2017

Soccerex Global Convention 2017 with Nick Littlehales

‘Soccerex is The Global Convention brought together by the leading buyers and suppliers from around the world for three days of unrivalled insight, networking and business, all at the heart of one of the biggest football cities in the world.’

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How to prepare the night before a game

6th April 2017

How to prepare the night before a game

Something most athletes struggle with; how to relax and sleep the night before a big game, with nerves kicking in!

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Insight Sleepless nights

31st March 2017

Insight Sleepless nights

Watch me talk all about sleep on TRT World. We cover how the busy modern life has led to more and more of us getting a bad night’s sleep and studies show our smartphone lights are partially to blame.

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