prioritizng sleep

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The CDC has long declared that sleep deprivation in the U.S. is a public health epidemic. If your organization is addressing healthy lifestyle factors for your workers, learn more about the multitude of ways you can invest in sleep health. Complete the form below and download our paper, Prioritizing sleep for good health.



It’s time to wake up to a brighter world.

Most people have been left in the dark when it comes to all the health issues affected by sleep.


7 to 9 hours of sleep

Our sleep time has evolved from eight hours a night to just over six — a two-hour reduction over a 40-to 60-year period. Less than six hours of sleep increases the risk for chronic conditions.


Don't risk tired employees.

As many as 80 to 90% with a sleep disorder also have chronic conditions like hypertension, cardiovascular disease and diabetes.