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A Better Night’s Rest, A Better World

We’re America’s #1 Provider of Sleep Solutions, changing lives in countless industries through our dedication to health & wellness.

Education, Business, Government, Commercial Transportation, Health Care & Wellness, Veterans, Clinics, Athletes

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The Big Picture

Sleep Impacts Every
Aspect of Daily Life

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We’re Sleeping
Less Than Ever

In 1942, less than 8% of the population was trying to survive on 6 hours or less of sleep per night; in 2018, it’s almost 50% of the population.1

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With Less Sleep,
We’re More at Risk for:

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Stress

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Burnout

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Depression

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Anxiety Disorders

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Stroke

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Cardiovascular Problems

The Big Profit

Alert + Awake =
Productive Employees

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    Better sleep leads to better leadership and team engagement

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    A brain that’s well rested is better at problem solving2, decision-making, memory, and creativity,3

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    Proper sleep saves more than two weeks of lost productivity per year4

Sleep is Key
to Safety

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    By being alert, employees face fewer errors and faster response time

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    Accident risk decreases by 70%5

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    Sleep deprivation has a side effect of feeling drunk6

Cash In Those Z’s

If every American slept an hour more per night, it would
add $226.4 billion to the US economy.7

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Map showing economic costs of insufficient sleep across five countries. Source: Jess Plumridge/RAND Europe.

Give Your Employees
What They’re Asking For

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#1 issue employees identify related to physical health is ‘getting enough sleep’8

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40% of employees would ask for sleep support from employers9

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50% of Millennials would ask for sleep support10

1. G. (n.d.). In U.S., 40% Get Less Than Recommended Amount of Sleep. Retrieved from http://news.gallup.com/poll/166553/less-recommended-amount-sleep.aspx

2. Harrison, Y., & Horne, J. A. (2000). The impact of sleep deprivation on decision making: a review. Journal of experimental psychology: Applied, 6(3), 236.

3. Harrison, Y., & Horne, J. (1998). Sleep loss impairs short and novel language tasks having a prefrontal focus. Journal of sleep research, 7(2), 95-100. 4. Kessler, R. C., Berglund, P. A., Coulouvrat, C., Hajak, G., Roth, T., Shahly, V., ... & Walsh, J. K. (2011). Insomnia and the performance of US workers: results from the America insomnia survey. Sleep, 34(9), 1161-1171.

5. Hafner, M., Stepanek, M., Taylor, J., Troxel, W. M., & Van Stolk, C. (2016). Why sleep matters–the economic costs of insufficient sleep. Europe: RAND Corporation.

6.Williamson, A. M., & Feyer, A. M. (2000). Moderate sleep deprivation produces impairments in cognitive and motor performance equivalent to legally prescribed levels of alcohol intoxication. Occupational and environmental medicine, 57(10), 649-655.

7. Plumridge, J., & Europe, R. (n.d.). Why Sleep Matters: Quantifying the Economic Costs of Insufficient Sleep. Retrieved from https://www.rand.org/randeurope/research/ projects/the-value-of-the-sleep-economy.html

8. K., & N. (n.d.). Consumer Health Mindset® Study 2017 [PDF]. Aon Hewitt.

9. K., & N. (n.d.). Consumer Health Mindset® Study 2017 [PDF]. Aon Hewitt.

10. K., & N. (n.d.). Consumer Health Mindset® Study 2017 [PDF]. Aon Hewitt.

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