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In this randomized clinical trial, dayzz digital sleep improvement program was shown to be significantly more effective for insomnia patients than medical standard of care alone. Moreover, after the digital intervention, healthcare use in the dayzz insomnia patients was lower for several key parameters.
Is There Rest for the Weary? Not willing to rest, we leave no pillow unturned in exploring what approaches are - and are not - working in improving sleep health. From science to seance, health industry incumbents and innovators alike are devising solutions to put groggy days and sleepless nights to rest.
Getting a good night's sleep doesn't only affect our days and nights; our sleep impacts our physical, mental and social well-being - essentially our whole health
Ever wondered about other people’s sleep? Over the course of 2019, we’ve gathered and analyzed sleep data of more than 200,000 nights, and found some fascinating trends that can tell us a lot about our nightly rest.
How can we leverage sleep to improve our physical and emotional fitness? This webinar will give you useful, scientifically-based information about the link between the types of foods that we eat, the quality of our sleep and our overall health and well-being.
When did it start? What can it help treat? How does it work? From monitoring our health to tackling issues such as diabetes, depression and sleep - This webinar will give you a valuable glimpse into the power of digital therapeutics.
Apple or Google? Finance or tech? We asked hundreds of Fortune 100 employees about how their sleep and work impact each other, and summed up the data to create a list of the most sleep-friendly organizations. Which one's on top?
How does sleep affect our day? How much sleep do we need? Why does sleep matter? Learn about the most common sleep disorders and sleep’s detrimental impact on health related outcomes.
Although some of us may take sleep for granted, it is considered one of the 4 main pillars of health, alongside nutrition, physical activity and emotional well-being. This white paper dives into the impact of disrupted sleep on our body and mind.