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  • New Study Shows Downside of Shift Work, Late Hours

    People who study sleep and circadian rhythms have long suggested that there is real importance in maintaining a regular schedule that roughly follows the same schedule as the dawning and setting of the sun. Now a new study published in the journal Occupational & Environmental Medicine has strengthened that argument as it reveals that an irregular schedule can have an impact on cognitive abilities. Continue reading

  • Sleep and Worker Reliability

    As sleep continues to command more and more attention in the news media, businesses are paying closer attention. Some are seeing the talk and trend as a revenue opportunity. They’re jumping on the sleep bandwagon and providing avid consumers with a bevy of devices and solutions promising to solve their sleep problems and improve their sleep quality. Companies are marketing sleep monitors, white noise machines, specialized eye masks and high-tech beds and pillows. Continue reading

  • Westin Hotel Takes Sleep to the Next Level

    The Westin Hotel chain has long been known for its Heavenly Bed, a trademarked bit of branding that long preceded the present sleep-conscious trend. To mark the fifteen anniversary of the introduction of the Heavenly Bed, the chain is introducing a new level of sleep servicing with the announcement of a partnership with Lark Technologies to create a Sleep Sensor Wearable-Lending program for guests at certain Westin properties. The program is part of Westin’s year-long Well-Being Movement. Continue reading

  • Understanding the Advantage of Sleep

    Readers of The Bourne series may remember that in the 1990 thriller, The Bourne Ultimatum, Jason Bourne was known to repeat the phrase, “Rest is a weapon vital for survival.” Similar sentiments have been expressed by other fictional characters under extremely different circumstances, including the recent young adult blockbuster The Fault in Our Stars in which the main character was oft-heard saying, “Sleep kills cancer.” Continue reading

  • Tragedies Lead to Change In Apnea Screening Policies

    The release of the National Transportation Safety Board’s findings into the cause of the fatal Metro-North train derailment in the Bronx last year was highlighted by word that an undiagnosed case of sleep apnea was behind the tragedy. Sleep apnea afflicts an estimated 18 million Americans, and is a serious disorder that has not only been linked to a much increased potential for fatal errors in operating vehicles and heavy machinery, but has also been associated with a number of chronic and life threatening health conditions. Continue reading

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