Studies have shown that taking a brief nap during the day improves alertness, learning, creativity and mood while regular napping has been documented to reduce stress and significantly reduce the risk of heart disease.
Restworks provides workplace rest and napping installations for various industries, including corporations, hospitals and universities.
We will partner with you to create the ideal workplace solution for your organization, putting to work our years of experience in the sleep industry and our wide selection of equipment for workplace rest.
Brief rest supports training efficiency and game performance.
improve vigilance and alertness. Reduce fatigue for flight crew and cabin crew.
Naps boost learning and memory consolidation. Most students could also use the additional sleep.
Expand your offering to increase your client base and generate incremental revenue.
Improve staff mood and resilience. Reduce fatigue for the commute home after a long (night) shift.
Reduce errors and accidents caused by fatigue. Support workers by day and on the night shift
Fatigue risk management. Support long term health and well-being.
Mission critical operations such as Utilities, Transport Infrastructure, and Emergency Response teams run 24/7.
Reduce stress, support mindfulness, impact creativity and productivity.
Simplify shared space management with the Restworks app and digital solutions
Set a nap time to fall asleep anywhere with soothing music and awaken refreshed with a gentle alarm.
The Restworks App will be available for download in Q1 2020.
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A growing number of businesses are starting to recognise what sleep researchers have long proclaimed: power naps can significantly improve alertness and brain function, and increase productivity. Read more here.
Airports in the United States — eager to lure travelers as airlines consolidate — are increasing amenities to include culture, fitness and even the opportunity to commune with a little nature.
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A nap just might be good for business. Because Americans already work more, on average, than our counterparts in Japan or Germany, for example, and because we also suffer increasingly long commutes even to get to and from work, many of us are not getting enough sleep.
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