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People with insufficient sleep issues have no trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, however, the sleep they do receive does not refresh their bodies or minds.  It is estimated that 40-percent of all people in the US suffer from insufficient sleep – this can contribute to serious health issues such as diabetes and heart disease.  It can also cause concern while driving or accidents at work, as evidenced by the meltdown at Chernobyl, the Exxon Valdez oil spill, and even the nuclear accident at Three Mile Island – all a result of insufficient sleep.  The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that lack of sleep has caused 100,000 auto crashes and 1,550 crash-related deaths a year in the US.

The National Institute of Health (NIH) recommends that school-age children get at least 10 hours of sleep each night, teens need 9-10 hours, and adults need 7-8 hours, although studies show that none of these groups gets the amount of sleep they require.  A few pointers from the CDC to help you sleep better…Go to bed at the same time each night and rise at the same time each morning – Avoid large meals before bedtime – and Avoid nicotine.

SleepRate has introduced a new treatment for people suffering from insufficient sleep.  Their SleepRate plan includes educational material about the importance of sleep and then monitors the person’s goals.  It can offer help to those that are suffering from insomnia and Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome (DSPS).  They now offer an Android app and Uli Gal-Oz, CEO of SleepRate says, “The introduction of support for Android and insufficient sleep opens up the possibilities for sleep improvement for millions more people.  The release today rounds out our suite of services to help the maximum number of people get the rest they deserve.  We’re working hard to bring even more options to our offering to help with every combination of sleep issues.”

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