SWAN Medical Releases Free Copy of Sleep Tips -- Guide to Better Sleep Created Under Direction of Stanford-trained Sleep Specialist

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As part of its mandate to increase sleep awareness in corporate settings, SWAN Medical has released a free copy of its Sleep Tips, which is a quick reference guide to better sleep developed under the direction of a prominent, Stanford-trained sleep specialist physician.

SWAN Medical Group has released a free copy of its Sleep Tips to the general public. This is a quick reference guide that was developed under the direction of a Stanford-trained, Board-certified sleep specialist physician.

“We feel that this information belongs in the public domain,” says Sina Nader, president of SWAN Medical Group. “With over 70 million Americans suffering from various sleep issues -- most of whom are not yet diagnosed -- it is our hope that these sleep tips will get people thinking about sleep, and the impact it has on our lives.”

SWAN Medical generally engages with medium- and large-sized corporations and organizations to improve the sleep health of their employees and members. Part of their process involves sleep education and coaching. The tips outlined in this document are one part of that, and are instrumental in creating a good sleep environment. While these tips will not diagnose, treat, or cure any sleep disorders – such as sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, bruxism, or insomnia – they will help to set the stage for a good night’s rest.

“Many of these guidelines will seem like common sense, but some of them may be surprising,” explains Mr. Nader. “We encourage people to check out this quick guide, and circulate it freely to anyone with an interest in better sleep. It is a starting point, but we believe that sometimes it is helpful to review the basics.”

A free copy of the Sleep Tips is available on the SWAN Medical website at http://www.swanmedical.com/sleeptips.pdf.

About SWAN Medical Group
SWAN Medical Group is the nation’s first and only corporate sleep health management firm. The firm’s sole focus is to help employees get the best possible sleep — because well-rested employees are productive employees. A recent study at Harvard University has shown that workers with insomnia lose an average of 11 days’ worth of productivity per year. That is about $2,500 to $3,000 of lost productivity, per employee with insomnia. And with an estimated 20 – 25% of workers suffering from insomnia, one can see that the problem is large. And that is only insomnia. There are over 80 recognized sleep disorders affecting tens of millions of Americans. The marching orders at SWAN Medical Group are simple: help employers craft and implement comprehensive sleep wellness programs, thereby benefiting their employees, and their bottom line.

For more information, please visit http://www.swanmedical.com or email info(at)swanmedical(dot)com.

Copyright (c) 2011 SWAN Medical Group. All rights reserved.


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