There are many reasons for not getting enough sleep, from too much caffeine or alcohol to shift work, stress, and sleep disorders. We all know how a bad night can impact the next day. Healthy sleep is crucial for physical health, mental clarity, and emotional balance. Understanding sleep patterns is key to maintaining overall well-being.

Top Sleep Talks For Your Team

PepTalk brings you the expertise and insight of top Sleep speakers directly to your team. From the impact of sleep on performance to menopause and general health, these speakers are equipped to cover a wide range of topics, ensuring your next well-being event is a success. Here’s a taster of some of our most popular sleep talk tracks.

Boost Your Performance With Better Sleep

Insomnia is a pressing issue, with sleeping pill prescriptions costing the NHS over £3 million each month. Award-winning nutritionist and women’s health expert Nicki Williams sheds light on the importance of sleep to your health and work performance. Her talk provides natural solutions to improve sleep quality, addressing the leading causes of poor sleep and maximizing its benefits.

📨 Book Nicki Williams for your next event

Sleep Well During Menopause

After specialising in working with women who are suffering from poor sleep as a result of menopause, Kathryn Pinkham is now sharing her tried and tested techniques to help women fall asleep after hot flushes, manage daytime tiredness and reduce anxiety.

📨 Book Kathryn Pinkham for your next event

Understanding Your Circadian Rhythm And Building Better Routines

The circadian rhythm regulates sleep-wake cycles, with disruptions leading to sleep disorders and health issues. When not working with F1’s Esteban Ocon on the track, Tom Clark is performing cutting-edge research on human circadian rhythms as part of his doctoral studies. An expert in this area, Tom can provide invaluable insight into how your sleep cycle affects performance. Part of the success in this area is getting the routine right, too. Arguably, one of Tom's biggest struggles on a worldwide tour is finding a routine for the driver, but if he can master F1 sleep patterns, he can help your team too.

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Sleep, Health And High Performance

Our choice of lifestyle has a profound effect on our overall health and well-being. Managing everyday stressors and modulating mental states is paramount to building resilience and well-being. Using science and psychology, Rupinder Mann teaches how and what you need to modulate yourself on your worst days to perform better. Within our emotional, physical, and social well-being lies opportunities for enhancement, growth, and greater performance.

📨 Book Rupinder Mann for your next event

The Natural Way To Fight Fatigue And Eat Well

Nutritionist Lauren Windas delves into the fatigue and burnout epidemic in 21st-century life, a topic that resonates with everyone. She discusses the impact of tiredness on public health and wellbeing, and the role of a healthy diet in combating fatigue and enhancing personal performance.

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Sleep: Boost Memory, Maximize Productivity And Slow Ageing

Millions of people struggle with their sleep, whether they don’t sleep long enough or the quality of their sleep is poor. Poor sleep not only creates fatigue but can lead to illness and a deterioration of one’s brain. Dr. Milstein presents this talk to doctors around the world as well as to hundreds of companies and groups. Regardless of the scientific background of the audience, they will walk away with actionable take-home tips that they can start using that day to help them get the best night’s sleep. Attendees will learn to harness the power of sleep for more energy, productivity and focus.

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What is sleep?

Sleep is a vital physiological state experienced by all animals, including humans. It involves a temporary suspension of consciousness and reduced responsiveness to external stimuli, allowing for physical and mental restoration. Sleep has several stages, including non-rapid eye movement (NREM) and rapid eye movement (REM), with REM sleep linked to vivid dreaming. Sleep aids in tissue repair, memory consolidation, cognitive functions, and emotional regulation. 

💡 Interested in any of these expert sleep keynotes? Email us at or send us a message via the chat. You can also call us on +44 (0)2038352929. These leading speakers will have your teams functioning better, collaborating more and improving their health in a jiffy!

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