"The study by research firm Rand Europe in December 2016 looks at the effects of sleep deprivation in five countries. It finds that the economic cost (in terms of working days lost) due to lack of sleep is greatest in the US (up to US$411 billion a year, equating to 2.28% of its GDP), followed by Japan (up to US$138 billion a year, equal to 2.92% of its GDP). Next comes Germany (up to US$60 billion, 1.56% of its GDP) and the UK (up to US$50 billion, 1.86% of its GDP). Canada records the lowest economic cost due to sleep deprivation (up to US$21.4 billion, which is 1.35% of its GDP)."
As a high school actress, having studied Film and Theater as a part of my bachelor's degree at university and having been a teacher for nearly 10 years, public speaking comes like second nature to me.
I love teaching lunchtime workshops and do so in a very engaged and interactive way.
People are always intrigued about sleep.
As a sleep expert for notable media outlets like The Guardian, Reader's Digest, Huffington Post and many more I am comfortable talking about all kinds of topics related to sleep.
Whether it is:
. . . there is always something for every team, group and company.
Of course I am also available for longer workshops to practice sleep techniques and teach sleep science in depth.
Below you can see me teaching for the European Investment Bank, Arendt et Medernach law firm, Fédération des Femmes Cheffes d'Entreprises au Luxembourg and a small personal workshop.
Workshops are available in English, Lëtzebuergesch, Deutsch et (si nécessaire) en français.