Sleep Resources

Seeking help for sleep health and looking for resources to help improve sleep quality is more common than you think. In fact, in a recent study, 164 million Americans struggle with sleep. The CDC even calls it a “public health problem”. And we agree. That’s because sleep is the most vital function of the human body. Without it, we may suffer from extreme exhaustion that will lead to a host of other serious health problems. 

Still, sleep is most often elusive to those who need it the most. You may suffer from common sleep disorders like insomnia, sleep apnea, or narcolepsy. Your partner may also snore a tad too loudly at night, keeping you from a good night’s sleep. Or you may be taking care of a senior member of your family and would like some tips on how to help seniors sleep better. New parents also have the challenge of being sleep-deprived during the first year of their baby’s life.

We think that the best way to beat sleep issues is to arm ourselves with the right knowledge about sleep and its adverse effects if we get too much or too little of it. That’s why our sleep experts have gathered comprehensive and up-to-date sleep resources for 2020. We understand that struggling with sleep is not easy and our goal is to extend a helping hand by providing the right information at your fingertips.

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