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
The Big Picture
Sleep Impacts Every
Aspect of Daily Life
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
With Less Sleep,
We’re More at Risk for:
The Big Profit
Alert + Awake =
Better sleep leads to better leadership and team engagement
A brain that’s well rested is better at problem solving2, decision-making, memory, and creativity,3
Proper sleep saves more than two weeks of lost productivity per year4
Sleep is Key
By being alert, employees face fewer errors and faster response time
Accident risk decreases by 70%5
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
Map showing economic costs of insufficient sleep across five countries. Source: Jess Plumridge/RAND Europe.
Give Your Employees
What They’re Asking For
#1 issue employees identify related to physical health is ‘getting enough sleep’8
40% of employees would ask for sleep support from employers9
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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