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Sleep Studies can sound scary—and, while we go to great lengths to create a comfortable, home-like environment, we know that sleeping in an unfamiliar room can bring some stress with it. If you’ve taken a tour of our facilities, then you know that when we say comfort, we mean it. Still, it’s hard to beat sleeping in your own bed. So, if you need a sleep study and meet other mandatory health requirements, we’re happy to give you the option to use our user-friendly home-test. 

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 The CDC reports that 50-70 million Americans experience sleep disorders. These are linked to some really unfortunate outcomes including, traffic accidents, hypertension, and just generally feeling tired. With such a high number of Americans experiencing sleep-related health issues, there’s a good chance you or someone you know is affected. 

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In today’s culture of super-CEO’s, sleep-deprived staffers, and slumber-less all-nighters, the temptation to place ambition above sleep is rampant. However, evidence shows very clearly that lack of sleep tops the list of productivity-zappers. In fact, in a study from Harvard Research Center, lack of sleep was shown to lead to 11.3 days of lost work productivity. With statistics like that, it’s not a stretch to say sleep is important not only for health but for your bottom line. Whether you’re a student, shift-worker or an office 9-5’er, sleep plays a huge role in getting the most out of your workday. But specifically, how does a lack of sleep affect our productivity? Here are just a few ways: 

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When we’re looking to get a good night’s sleep, there are certain things we can do to set ourselves up for success. Science has come a long way in teaching us about proper sleep hygiene and the valuable strategies we can employ for getting to snooze city—hint: none of them include sheep. So, whether you’re a bedtime over-thinker or a midnight e-mail sender, prepping yourself for sleep will have a huge impact on the quality and length of your sleep and ultimately affect your productivity and energy levels during the day. If you find yourself tossing, turning, and missing out on valuable slumber, here are some valuable sleep hygiene strategies to consider.

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