This talk describes some of the basic information underlying why we sleep –what drives sleep and wake states, and strategies to sleep well based on the most current knowledge available. Learn how to move from sleep hygiene to sleep practices and convert these into good sleep habits. Understand and strategize how to make sleep a priority in a 24/7 world.
Dr. Ed O’Malley is an integrative sleep specialist trained at Cornell University Graduate School of Medical Sciences and NYU Sleep Disorders Center in NYC. He ran the Norwalk Hospital Sleep Disorders Center (teaching hospital of Yale) for 12 years, training physicians in sleep medicine. He holds Advanced Certification in Bio- and Neurofeedback, and Nature Awareness Training.Dr. O’Malley takes a broad approach to sleep and wellness, moving easily between the technological and the natural worlds. Utilizing the power of Biofeedback and Neurofeedback while cultivating a deep connection to the natural world he seamlessly integrates both. In a culture that moves faster and faster, consuming all but the briefest moments of free time, Ed guides clients to slow down, becoming mindful of what really matters.