Sleep is a vital pillar of health. But statistics show Americans are not getting enough sleep. How does lack of sleep sabotage our health and wellbeing? What are some strategies to get more precious sleep time? Karen Asp, a leading journalist who covers fitness, health and nutrition for dozens of leading publications, along with Terry Cralle, RN, a certified clinical sleep educator and author of "Sleeping Your Way to the Top" will answer these questions and more in this one-hour webinar. (See below for full bios)
The first 100 registrants will receive a sample from Natrol, sponsor for "Strategies for Better Sleep"
Wednesday, August 30, 2017
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM MT
Terry Cralle, R.N., is the coauthor of "Snoozby and the Great Big Bedtime Battle" (Rowe Publishing), the first nonfiction children’s book directly messaging the benefits of sufficient sleep and "Sleeping Your Way to the Top" (Sterling Publishing), the ultimate guide to getting the sleep you need to succeed. Based in the Washington, D.C. area, Terry is a Certified Clinical Sleep Educator and a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality. Terry serves on the Board of Directors for Start School Later, Inc. and the American Sleep Association. As the co-founder of a four-bed sleep disorders center and a nationally recognized sleep health and wellness educator and advocate, Terry provides sleep health workshops, seminars and related consulting services to a variety of industries, schools, corporations and community organizations.
Karen Asp is a leading journalist who covers fitness, health, nutrition, pets and travel for major publications, including Delicious Living. A former contributing editor for Woman’s Day, she writes regularly for dozens of publications, including Better Homes and Gardens, Cooking Light, Cosmo, Delta Sky, Eating Well, Family Circle, Good Housekeeping, Harper’s Bazaar, Martha Stewart Living, O, Prevention, Real Simple, Weight Watchers and Women’s Health. Asp is also a certified personal trainer, health advocate and plant-powered athlete with six Nordic walking world records. Follow her on Twitter at @karenaspwriter or visit her website.