Kamalaya Launches New Sleep Enhancement Wellness Program
Do you have a nagging feeling that your lack of sleep might be having a negative impact on your productivity and more worryingly, your overall health? You wouldn’t be alone if you had this concern. According to a recent survey chronic lack of sleep affects a staggering one in three Britons. This alarming statistic came from a study of self-assessments completed by over 38,000 UK staff working for companies such as O2 and Medtronic.
So what a perfect time for multi award winning Spa Resort, Kamalaya in Koh Samui to introduce a new sleep enhancement wellness program. While it’s a well known fact that good diet and exercise is key to a healthy body, we also know that a lack of sleep can have a negative affect on our overall health. According to Dr. Dement, sleep laboratory founder and director, “Healthful sleep has been empirically proven to be the single most important factor in predicting longevity, more influential than diet, exercise or heredity”.
Kamalaya co-founder Karina Stewart, doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine, formulated the Sleep Enhancement program in response to a need from guests. “A high proportion of our guests mention sleep as an issue and concern in their lives – most are suffering from disruption to a healthy sleep cycle whether it is poor quality sleep, insufficient sleep or an inability to fall asleep. This program is a vital addition to our portfolio as we know sufficient quality sleep is a key ingredient to optimal wellness and vitality.”
The new sleep enhancement program is launched at Kamalaya on the 1st June this year and is designed to help re-establish healthy and restful sleep. There are a number of ways you can book a place on the program from a 5, 7 or 9 day placement or as an add-on to complement one of the other ten wellness programs available at Kamalaya.
To learn more about this therapeutic and preventative program call us at 0870 243 1972.This entry was posted on Friday, May 25th, 2012 at 6:59 pm and is filed under General News, Thailand