How is Sleep in our Society :


43%
declares to have a Sleep Disorders.
35,2%
are severely Sleep Deprived.


Source : Last National Health Report - France


6h42
of Sleep in 24h. 

*when the WHO recommends 8h for an adult. 

1 Third
of people are not satisfied with their Sleep.
Unfortunately, given these data and most under-populated and under-funded medical systems, Those 1/3 of the population is often found in distress, are solely treated by pharmaceuticals and end up unable to sleep without their medication.The truth is that sleep is a natural biological function of the body that runs normally if we give it some space and organise our day a little better. The only the aim here is to rest better and to be happier tomorrow !

In order to achieve this, take this time with me to do a real check-up and potentially re-learn some of the good habits your body needs to sleep happily ever after.

Then, Why should I increase my 
Sleep Quality ?

There are as many scientifically validated tools improving sleep, as there are good reasons for doing so.

I  offer you do it accordingly to your needs, your possibilities and your means. But here are a few areas where you could gain a lot by sleeping better: 


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The way I can help : 

Give you the most appropriate and up-to-date advice for your sleep, thanks to my academic training and my constant scientific research. In just 2 sessions, you'll discover all the Sleep Tools you need and how to adapt them to your daily life and to life's ups and downs. 
My aim? That you love getting to sleep.


Where does the advice come from?


All the advice come from my academic background in Sleep Neuroscience and the time I allocate to keeping my knowledge up to date. t's important to remember that I'm constantly learning as numerous science articles are released per day reaching on average between 300 and 800 articles a month.

You can access all the sources I use for the advice just here

I really want to be completely transparent about the source of my advice. I have nothing to hide, unlike other people who give sleep advice based on pseudoscience.