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Given our efforts to expand the reach and membership of SleepTech, we thought it would be appropriate to share some insights with one of the industry’s first leaders, Christopher Lindholst, CEO and Co-Founder of MetroNaps.
It is a great time to be at the intersection of sleep and technology. This innovative space requires smart and strategic partnerships in order to address critical trends in innovation, globalization and regulation.
In 2017, the National Sleep Foundation launched the world’s first innovation award for sleep technology. With so many companies developing exciting new technologies, NSF believes it is time to formally recognize these innovations.
Washington, DC (August 14, 2017) – The National Sleep Foundation’s (NSF) latest Sleep Health Index® (SHI) finds significant associations between technology use in bed and sleep health. Forty-eight percent of American adults reported using a device like a computer, tablet, or smartphone in bed before trying to go to sleep. These people averaged two points lower on the overall SHI (75 vs.
It may seem like an easy form of entertainment and distraction, but tots and tech don’t mix well. For starters, research shows that heavy use of touchscreen devices is associated with weight gain and cognitive delays in little ones.
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