Sleep Problems & Solutions To It

Sleep Problems & Solutions

How the ORO Advanced Sleep System can help you get a great night’s sleep… every night

Why a good night’s sleep is so important to your quality of life? 

The impact of sleep deprivation on employee performance is so dramatic that some companies have even started to give their employees bonuses for getting more than 7 hours of sleep a night.

A Good Night’s Sleep Isn’t a Luxury. It’s a Necessity. Quality sleep is at least as important to health as a healthy diet and regular exercise. It affects how you look, feel, and perform on a daily basis and can have an immense impact on your long-term health. While you sleep, your brain and body work together to rest and recharge your body and mind. Sleep refreshes your brain, boost your immune system, and repairs damaged cells. It also affects how you think, works, learns, reacts, interacts, performs, and feel throughout the day. Indeed, many companies have discovered this to their cost, as studies have shown that the vast majority of absenteeism cases are due to lack of sleep and back-related problems. In the US alone, the average worker loses 11.3 working days or $2,280 (£1,700) of productivity per year due to sleep-deprived, according to a 2011 report by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. It calculates that this adds up to an annual loss of $63.2bn for the US economy. These are significant losses to individuals, corporations, and, last but not least, to the country as a whole. The same situation applies to the UK as well. 

The impact of sleep deprivation on employee performance is so dramatic that some companies have even started to give their employees bonuses for getting more than 7 hours of sleep a night.

 For staff at insurance group Aetna, it pays to get a good night’s sleep. Specifically, $300 (£225) a year. Such is the US firm’s concern about the impact of sleep deprivation on employee performance that it encourages its workers to sign up to a scheme that rewards them for getting at least seven hours of shut eye per night. Aetna staff that participate can earn $25 for every 20 nights in which they sleep seven hours or more, up to a limit of $300 every 12 months, for full article click: BBC Article: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/ business-36641119 

This is why the OROMED Advanced Sleep System is such a cost-effective long-term investment. If you’re experiencing pain in your back or shoulders, it will provide lasting relief. If you’re not, the improvement in your sleep quality will manifest itself in all areas of your life. You’ll be more focused and alert at work. You’ll have more energy to enjoy your leisure time. You’ll find yourself adopting a more positive outlook on everything. It’s hard to imagine an area of your life that better sleep won’t improve! It’s impossible to overstate the benefits of regular, quality sleep. It’s one of the primary factors determining your overall level of health and well-being.

What is the key to getting a good night’s sleep? The answer may surprise you…

We’re often told to consider our posture when sitting or standing to avoid problems with our backs and shoulders. As a result, you may well already practise daily avoiding slouching and sitting up straight as much as possible during the day.

But how often do you consider your posture when you sleep? Unfortunately, you can’t monitor your posture while you sleep – we are very much at the mercy of our mattresses and beds.

The real problem is that when you sleep on your side on a conventional mattress, your shoulders are raised, so it will be impossible for you to sleep with a straight spine. 

As a result, back problems develop, and any ongoing back problems are difficult to resolve.

The solution to this is simple: 

By removing the area of the mattress where your shoulders lie, they will be placed below the surface of the mattress and out of the way when you lie on your side.

So, your spine will retain the correct posture and your shoulder will no longer bear the weight of your body.

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