Dr. Neil Stanley is a freelance sleep expert has been involved in sleep research for 36 years starting his career at the Neurosciences Division of the R.A.F. Institute of Aviation Medicine.
In the early 1990s he moved to the Human Psychopharmacology Research Unit, part of the University of Surrey, where as Director of Sleep Research he created and ran a 24-bed sleep laboratory for clinical trials.
He is past Chairman of the British Sleep Society (2000-2004) and a member of the European Sleep Research Society; the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the European Society of Sleep Technologists.
"Good sleep is the very foundation of good physical, mental and emotional health. Sleep forms one part of the well-being triangle with good nutrition and exercise. Sleep Well, feel better, look better, be better, live better." – Dr. Neil Stanley
From 2004 to 2008 he was a member of the Executive Committee of the Assembly of National Sleep societies and through that is a co-author of the Guidelines for Accreditation of Sleep Medicine Centres and Sleep Medicine Education in Europe.
He has published 38 peer-review papers on various aspects of sleep research and psychopharmacology and is widely quoted by the media as a sleep expert. He is the author of the new book How to Sleep Well published by Capstone.