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Audience and Lecturer

Lana Walsh

Lana Walsh is a sleep and insomnia expert who knows firsthand the challenges of dealing with sleep issues. For 30 years, Lana struggled nightly frustrated from lying awake and not being able to get restful sleep. Each morning, she battled with overwhelming exhaustion, forcing herself to muster the energy to face the day.


In her search for relief, Lana explored a wide range of remedies, from mainstream pharmaceuticals to the unconventional like banana peel tea. However, it was through her unwavering commitment to research that she finally discovered a process of behavioural change that transformed her life.


Today, Lana is fueled by a deep passion to share this process, empowering people to conquer insomnia and wake each day feeling rested and motivated to live their dream life. Drawing from her own experience, Lana is dedicated to helping individuals find the restorative sleep they deserve, enabling them to embrace life to the fullest.

During her highly engaging talks, Lana shares her first-hand experience and knowledge so businesses, organizations, associations, and teams can better understand how sleep (or lack of it) might be affecting them or their colleagues.

What Attendees Say

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Why is sleep important?

Research shows that not getting enough sleep has a negative impact on mood, motivation, performance, and mental health. Lack of sleep results in:

  • 162% higher healthcare costs.

  • 21% of car accidents annually.

  • 7 times more likely to be involved in a workplace accident.
  • 150% more errors due to lack of focus.

  • 10.2% reduction in productivity due to absenteeism and presenteeism.

  • ~50% of people with insomnia have depression, anxiety, or psychological stress.

  • Increased irritability and stress leading to overreactions in stressful situations affecting relationships with family, co-workers, and clients.

  • Poor decision making due to impaired judgment, inability to foresee consequences, and lack of creativity.

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