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You haven’t been getting enough sleep lately, but you can’t let that interfere with your life. You have places to be and things to do, after all. So you get in your car and start driving, probably unaware that functioning on six hours of sleep or fewer per night triples your risk of getting into
It’s no secret that there’s a link between drowsy driving and car accidents, but a new study reveals how sleep apnea specifically impacts motor vehicle safety – and we’re not gonna lie, it’s a little scary. The good news? CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) therapy can help reduce your risk. According to researchers from the
On November 3, the AAA published a report that features some alarming new statistics regarding drowsy driving. As Better Rest Solutions reported a couple weeks ago, previous statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) stated that drowsy driving causes 100,000+ crashes per year, resulting in approximately 40,000 injuries and 1,550 deaths. The new
We’re excited to announce that that we’ll be making a special donation to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) in recognition of Drowsy Driving Prevention Week, an annual public awareness campaign that the organization sponsors. For every SoClean and SoClean 2 Go sold in the month of November, Better Rest Solutions will donate $5 per sale
We all know the dangers of drinking and driving, but it can be just as dangerous to get behind the wheel of a vehicle when you haven’t gotten enough sleep. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), “drowsy driving causes more than 100,000 crashes a year, resulting in 40,000 injuries and 1,550 deaths.”
In the October 15, 2013 issue of the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, a study showed that excessive daytime sleepiness from sleep apnea contributed to excess car crashes—and particularly in untreated men. Overall, untreated sleep apnea patients had a crash rate three times greater than that of the general population. While the link between sleep