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OneCare Media, a leader in online health education and insights, today announced a change to its corporate identity and name. Effective immediately, the company is rebranding itself as “Sleep Doctor.” This decision reflects a deepened commitment to helping an increasingly tired world live healthier, happier, and thriving lives through the revitalizing power of sleep.
SleepFoundation.org, a OneCare Media company, announces today a new partnership with Matthew Walker, Ph.D. Walker joins SleepFoundation.org as its scientific advisor to the organization. Dr. Walker will help advise SleepFoundation.org the scientific content of the site and enriching the class-leading sleep resources and clinical and scientific information provided by the site.
SleepFoundation.org, a OneCare Media brand and website, is pleased to announce the conclusion of the Gift of Sleep, Sleep Transformation campaign and along with it, five nurse recipients deserving of a better night’s sleep. Nurses were nominated for their heroic efforts throughout the pandemic, with five selected at random as winning recipients. Each recipient receives a $4,000 sleep transformation gift, including sleep coaching and supporting products.
OneCare Media announced today the acquisition of TheSleepDoctor.com, expanding their portfolio of sleep and health properties online. Michael J. Breus, known as The Sleep Doctor, is one of the most well-known sleep experts in the world, as well as one of the most sourced Doctors in sleep. Breus will continue to represent The Sleep Doctor in media appearances and otherwise, as well as help advise OCM as they continue to expand their footprint and offerings in the world of sleep as their Chief Sleep Officer. He will lend his knowledge and expertise of the sleep space. In addition to growing The Sleep Doctor, Breus will help with work OneCare will be doing as a company across the world of sleep, cementing their foothold in the space.
El-Ad Eliovson, a 56-year-old from Bergen County, NJ, wakes up many times each night from severe back and neck pain caused by multiple herniated disks. Eliovson isn’t alone, according to a recent report from the Sleep Foundation. The report, based on an online survey of 1,250 U.S. adults, found that “painsomnia” (insomnia from chronic pain) keeps many people counting sheep at all hours of the night.
Is it time for a new mattress? With so many brands, features and PRICES, it can be intimidating AND expensive. Melissa Knowles has advice from one of the Sleep Foundation’s professional mattress testers who says your WEIGHT should be one of the big things to consider.
Sleep is a pillar of our overall health and well-being, and if you’re not getting enough of it (or it’s not quality sleep), you’re going to feel the effects. So, we asked a handful of health experts for their top sleep tips, and it turns out, there’s one behavior they all unanimously agreed is essential for high-quality rest. And it’s not cutting caffeine or limiting electronics at night.
Dr. Breus talks the five unexpected warning signs that you’re sleep-deprived: Guided by the expertise of Dr. Michael J. Breus, The Sleep Doctor site has become a leading authority in the field of sleep health. The Sleep Doctor team is dedicated to helping readers get the rest they need, make meaningful lifestyle changes to ensure high-quality sleep, and achieve peak performance during their waking hours. For more information click here.
We’ve all felt the effects of a poor night’s rest—the foggy brain, the mood swings, the nodding off in work meetings. It happens to all of us from time to time, but it’s also up to each of us to make sure that it doesn’t happen all the time, because continued sleep deprivation can have a massive negative impact on your body, inside and out.
We all know that sleep is a big deal. The cognitive, physical, and emotional benefits of snoozing are profound. But simply closing your eyes and shutting your brain off for a bit isn’t enough. Approximately an hour and a half into your nightly slumber, you enter the last (and most important) stage of the sleep cycle: REM, or rapid eye movement. The acronym references the sleep phase defined by the eyes’ speedy twitches beneath their lids, which track the vivid mental images in our minds while we dream.
Weighted blankets. Smart mattresses. Aromatherapy eye masks. In our quest for a good night’s sleep — which still eludes about 1 in 3 people in the U.S., per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — many of us will try just about anything.
Getting eight hours of sleep a night is easier said than done, especially if you find yourself struggling to get—and stay—comfortable under your sheets.
If your typical morning is a blur of snooze button hits, phone scrolling, and rushing out the door, might we suggest something different? Developing a deliberate routine that includes a few healthy habits can make your AMs feel less harried, and in turn set the tone for a more mind—and more productive—day.
Even if you have a coveted seat in first class, it can be hard to fall asleep during a flight. Most airline cabins are either too cold or not quite enough. Also, where do you rest your head? The struggle to snooze is real.