Monday, August 1, 2011
What are sleep stations? These can be wonderful places where people can take a break from the hectic pace of life to get a few minutes of longer rest or sleep. Especially in big cities where sleep deprivation can be a common problem, sleep stations can be a healthy lifestyle choice. Have too much on your mind, have too much to do during the day, aren't getting enough sleep, or just pushing yourself too hard, then a sleep station can be the perfect place for you to feel revived and rested. Sleep stations can be perfectly customized for inducing sleep and be fitted with comfort beds and pillows, activated by massage technology and meditation music that makes sleep a priority. They could be located in busy commercial and business centers where people are most likely to be underrested due to the fast, and hectic pace of life. And on highways, where drivers can utilize sleep stations whenever they need to stop for a period of rest. There can be room service options for you to snack while you're sleeping, entertainment consoles with sleep inducing media, and everything operable by remote control. You can stay as long as you like since sleep is an important aspect of life and no one should be deprived of adequate sleep. If you find yourself tired at work or dozing off on the train or are putting yourself at overall risk due to lack of sleep, then a sleep station can be a highly desirable option. Think about it. People would be generally more cheerful; drivers would be less prone to accidents on the road; and efficiency at home or at work would increase. People would be better able to face daily challenges and experience life with a fresher perspective. They would experience better health since most illnesses can be attributed to lack of sleep. People that don't sleep much or sleep very often, are more likely to suffer from health problems such as heart disease or cancer. Sleep is essential for healing the body and recovering from physical activity or exertion. Office workers, law enforcement, municipal, state or city employees who are probably working too many hours or are not getting adequate sleep would be most likely to benefit. Your boss could offer you sleep points that you can redeem at sleep stations, whenever you need to catch up on sleep and work performance would improve. We would also be more conscientious of our own health when we understand that we cannot live without adequate sleep. Let us then drift off to a world of dreams and overcome and experience the eternity of sleep by emphasizing sleep as a world cure.