3 Facts I Bet You Didn’t Know About Sleep

Highlights from SLEEP 2015

Sleep 2015 conference in Seattle (June 10, 2015)

Your Whole Body Knows
What Time It Is

You might already be familiar with the circadian clock of the body that responds to light and dark and dictates your sleep and wake cycles.

Image from Wikipedia

Too Much Evening Light
(or Too Little Morning Light)
Can Be Hazardous to Your Weight

Your ability to manipulate the amount of light exposure you get, both the timing and the intensity, is a blessing and a curse. It is certainly efficient to have a 24/7 society, but what are the health costs?

You Have Probably
Fallen Asleep While Driving

One more final note. More shocking evidence is building about the risk of driving while sleepy. Please wake up to the seriousness of this issue.

If you feel your head nodding,
you have actually been asleep for a few seconds!

Helping employees and patients sleep better.

Helping employees and patients sleep better.