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Talk : Eyes Wide Shut with Dr Jason Ellis at 1 Alfred Place – 17th February 2016

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Research has indicated that the modern world is impacting on our sleep patterns and people are finding it increasingly difficult to ‘ switch off ‘ in the 21st century.

If you have problems with relaxing and getting a good night’s sleep, you may want to attend a talk by  Dr Jason Ellis,  professor of sleep science at Northumbria University who has spent years trying to understand and improve people’s sleep patterns. Dr Ellis is currently working on a new book ‘The Cure: Stop Insomnia in One Week’.

This event at 1 Alfred Place on the 17th February is part of a series of 24 London events that Penguin Books  is organising across a range of personal development and effectiveness issues.

If you would like further information or book to attend the talk, visit the Penguin website here

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