Speaker: Dr. Henri Tuomilehto, sleep physician

Sleep affects our health more than we want to believe. Indeed, good quality sleep is the single most important source of recovery and coping. And best of all, sleeping is a feature that each of us can develop and strengthen. The sleep physician Henri Tuomilehto makes you more successful in your daily life. Sleep and sleep problems raise a lot of questions, and sleeping has become a daily topic of discussion worldwide. Sleep disorders are now a common disease: we sleep less and are worse than ever. But don’t worry – there are ways to increase quality sleep independently. Henri’s lecture will raise awareness of proper, adequate sleep and include all his best tips for better sleep and coping.

“Sleep doctor” and docent Henri Tuomilehto is an ambassador for a good dream. For 15 years, he has been researching sleep, the effects of sleep on health, and above all, how a person can improve their sleep and even sleep disorders. He has worked with thousands of patients and hundreds of companies to improve their quality of life and ability to work. He currently works as a sleep specialist for the NHL team Columbus Blue Jackets and the Finnish Olympic Committee to name a few.

Biography

Jenri Tuomilehto

Dr Henri Tuomilehto is one of the rare full-time sleep physicians in the world. Besides clinical work he has been involved with sleep research for the last 15 years. He works with everyone from Finnair pilots to elite professional athletes – helping them use sleep to optimize all aspects of their lives. Tuomilehto has studied and coached over 1,000 of the world’s top professional athlete

s, including the NHL’s Columbus Blue Jackets helping players to improve their sleep aiming at better recovery and thus, enhanced performance.

Dr. Tuomilehto is Founder and Medical Director of currently six Coronaria Sleep Clinics in Finland treating 1000+ patients annually. He is a pioneer in combining the triangle of healthy nutrition, regular exercise and restoring sleep in his clinical practice. In fact, the first randomized study to show that healthy lifestyle can improve sleep, even cure an existing sleep disorder, was led by Adjunct Professor Tuomilehto. This study was elected among “The best in Sleep Medicine 2010”. Recently he has published a book “Sleep to Succeed”.