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Welcome to Sleep Tight, the third issue of the three-part Challenge Yourself series. The goal of this series is to provide you with information, resource links, and practical tips on how to make healthy choices and take preventative actions to support your health and the health of those around you.

This wellness initiative has the following resources for you and your workplace:

Health Issues in the Workplace Newsletter: Challenge Yourself: Sleep Tight

This initiative focuses on the importance of sleep on our health and well-being; exploring the link between sleep and various conditions including gut health, mental health, and menopause. In addition, this initiative discusses sleep disorders, factors that can affect sleep, sand provides strategies for you to improve your sleeping habits.  

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Personal Health Guide: Smart Steps To Live Longer: Sleep Matters

The Personal Health Guide provides information on sleep disorders, sleep deprivation and how you can prevent and manage a disorder.

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Contest

The contest is designed to test your knowledge on the importance of sleep.

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Contest Poster

This poster can be used to help promote the Challenge Yourself: Sleep Tight initiative

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Ideas to Promote

This is a list of suggestions to help promote this initiative to your employees. The intention is for you to use one or more activities and/or events to generate interest and awareness about this topic.

E-Bulletins

There are a series of four two page factsheets that provide detailed information about how to reach and keep a healthy body weight. Every four weeks during the initiative a new factsheet will be posted below. These e-bulletins can then be printed and copied, e-mailed to employees, or posted on your workplace’s website. 

Alcohol and Sleep Don't Mix (print)
Alcohol and Sleep Don't Mix (accessible)

Sleep and Physical Activity: Is there a link (print)
Sleep and Physical Activity: Is there a link (accessible)