Shortlister hosted Dr. Mairav Cohen-Zion, clinical psychologist and sleep researcher and dayzz’ Chief Science Officer. She shared how dayzz sleep solution reduces high costs associated with poor sleep and associated chronic health conditions, while transforming digital health space with personalized AI-based sleep training programs.
About 50-70 million Americans suffer from a form of sleep disorder, the majority undiagnosed and untreated. The sleep problem in the US is so widespread that the CDC has coined it “a public health epidemic.” 30% of your workforce doesn’t sleep well and most of them are not aware of it.
The economic impact of this is enormous:
Dayzz is an innovative digital sleep solution that offers a comprehensive science-based sleep program to individuals across the US. Their solution includes an engaging mobile app, personalized sleep training plan, data sources integration, integrated sleep apnea pathway, human sleep trainers, employer periodic reports, and a customized deployment plan.
Dayzz’ solution improves employees’ sleep and wellbeing. At the same time, it reduces high costs associated with poor sleep due to loss of productivity, safety issues, and medical comorbidities.
We have all witnessed how our work lives and personal habits have changed to the degree that we are oblivious to the signs of a building sleep deficit. Thus, we shouldn’t neglect the fact that a well-rested employee is far more productive, less prone to workplace accidents or missing work.
This is why it is crucial for business owners, supervisors, and others to change the sleep culture in within their organization and strongly encourage restful sleep for their workers.
Luckily, dayzz is transforming the sleep space with personalized AI-based sleep training programs for multiple sleep disorders. They are on a mission to improve sleep for a healthier, happier, and more productive life.
If you would like to contact Dr. Mairav Cohen-Zion or dayzz, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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