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  • You can really learn in your sleep

    Ever since people went about the process of consciously trying to learn and remember things, they have wished for the ability to enhance their retention while they sleep. People were cajoled into purchasing books on tape that purportedly would help them learn foreign languages in their sleep, and many a student pulling an all nighter has wished for a way that they could grab a late night nap and still do some information cramming. Continue reading

  • Gaming Company Entering Consumer Sleep Monitoring

    Nintendo, the company whose name is synonymous with video games and entertainment, has announced that they are working on a new fatigue and sleep deprivation sensor as the first product from their ne health and lifestyle division. According to Nintendo’s chief executive Satoru Iwata, the QOL Sensor will measure all of a person’s vital signs as well as the details of their sleep activities and will deliver them to the cloud. The device will be a bedside unit, and will not require any kind of interaction or to be in contact with the consumer’s body. Continue reading

  • San Francisco Giants Believe Sleep is the Key to Winning

    It’s World Series time, and for the third time in the past five years, the San Francisco Giants have been in the playoffs. As this year’s National League contender, the team has once again pulled out all the stops to ensure that they are doing everything in their power to win, and once again that includes bringing in sleep expert Dr. Chris Winter. Winter is the medical director of the Martha Jefferson Hospital Sleep Medicine Center in Charlottesville, Virginia, and Giants’ athletic director Dave Groeschner is a huge fan. The Giants have consulted with Dr. Winter each time that they have been in post-season play, and were the very first professional team to ever call on him. Many others have followed their lead. Continue reading

  • Major Health Insurer to Open Sleep Store

    Highmark Inc., one of the largest health insurers in the country, has announced plans to open a retail store dedicated to helping people get a better night’s sleep.

    Highmark is the fourth-largest company affiliated with insurance giant Blue Cross and Blue Shield. It operates plans in Pennsylvania, Delaware and West Virginia that serve a total of over 5 million members. The company provides health insurance, dental, insurance, and vision care, and the new sleep store — to be called REMWorks — is the first bricks and mortar retail location that it will operate, though the company does also run a retail store that sells vision and eyewear products. It is slated to open this coming December at a popular shopping location called The Waterfront, located in Homestead, Pennsylvania. The store will provide customers with solutions and products specifically designed to assist with the problems of insomnia, sleep apnea, snoring and sleeplessness. Continue reading

  • First world problems

    A quick review of blogs, tweets, Facebook postings and talk shows reveals that in the United States, we tend to complain an awful lot, and mostly about things that would seem extremely minor or even nonsensical to those living in countries that are not quite so privileged. But recent reports are indicating that one of the problems that seems endemic to highly advanced societies like ours can cause serious physical problems, and may even lead to reduced productivity and innovation. Continue reading

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