Dr. Chris Winter

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Dr. Chris Winter is a well-known sleep doctor and neurologist.

He has been actively doing sleep research since 1993. Thanks to his relaxed and entertaining style, he is a popular speaker and consultant, for large corporations and internationally known sports teams, among others. He has been advising men's health on sleep since 2008 and has published articles in magazines such as Women's Health and Runner's World.

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Health & Feelgood {Work & life}

Sleep as a remedy for depression and dissatisfaction: 5 tips for more fun in life

Insufficient sleep is unhealthy and can lead to serious illnesses. Because sleep has many positive effects. One of the most important: it is mood enhancer ... Read more


Health & Feelgood {Work & life}

Sleep healthy, live longer: underestimate ability

In our performance society, sleep is a quality that is clearly underestimated - and permanent insomnia poses many dangers. Which diseases favor lack of sleep? Read more


Health & Feelgood {Work & life}

Sleep disorders Lack of sleep Overweight: fatigue is not worth it!

Lack of sleep not only makes you tired and unconcentrated, it also leads to weight gain and serious illnesses. What can we do against it? Read more