What I do
All solutions begin with an awareness of the actual problem
Quality content promotes the awareness needed learn what they need and want, as well as bringing them back for future content.
People need to know when there is a problem, and many individuals and organizations don’t understand the severity until they are educated.
Lack of sleep and trouble staying asleep plagues many of us. Sometimes what we need is heightened awareness and a plan.
“Tired minds don’t plan well. Sleep first, plan later.” -Walter Reisch, Austrian director
I came to sleep wellness with an initial interest in becoming a copywriter for mental health and healthcare issues. I realized that I wanted to coach people on these issues as well (a special thank you to my wife on that one), making use of the social work degree I’d long neglected. As I explored the issues, I came to understand that sleep health is one of the more significant and under-reported public health issues we face today. I want to try and do something about that.
So, this isn’t only about helping people get better sleep. I want to do that because so many people are generating long term harm for themselves and literally have no idea about it. I didn’t, but I’m beginning to, and I am going to keep on digging and researching the science, and finding ways to help individuals and businesses take this problem on and do better at achieving sleep wellness and a greater sense of wellbeing.
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The Catch Up On Your Sleep Newsletter
Monthly information on research, products, and services related to sleep wellness at home and at work