TH+ Expert Webinar with Dr Verena Senn: Making sense of dreams and nightmares
Even though we might not remember them, we all dream. Whether you’ve been woken up by a nightmare or find it hard to drag yourself out of a great dream, the way that our brain works when we snooze hugely influences our health.
Although dreams can happen at any time when you’re asleep, scientists often put dreaming down to the four stages of sleep that we all experience nightly. You might have heard of REM and non-REM, but what do they mean?
Dr Verena Senn is here to make sense of the science of sleep. In this expert webinar, she uncovers how important sleep is for our general health. She also explains the four stages of sleep and what they mean for dreams and a good 8 hours.
As Head of Sleep Research as Emma: The Sleep Company, Verena applies her specialist knowledge in neuroscience where it matters - getting you great shut-eye. With over 15 years of research in the field, we couldn’t think of a better person to answer all of your sleep-related questions. So, sign up today to watch the video and learn more about your slumber!
This webinar explores:
- The positive and negative effects of sleep on our general health
- The different stages of sleep and what they mean
- The science behind dreams and nightmares
- Debunk common health myths
- Strategies for sleeping well
If you want to find out more about Verena and the work that she does, read her 'talkhealth meets'!
Dr Verena Senn is an expert in the fields of neuroscience and neurobiology. After gaining her PhD at the University of Basel in 2009, she became a general neuroscience researcher and published work in scientific journals. Armed with over 15 years of expert knowledge, Verena began to specialise in the science of sleep to improve the quality of sleep for as many people as possible.
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Last revised: 25 May 2021
Next review: 25 May 2024