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Sleep directly affects our Mental Health

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By MHNRN, LLC. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.
The amount of quality sleep directly affects our mental health. Experts say we need between 7-9 hours a day in order for our bodies and minds to fully recover.

Adults who sleep less than 7 hours each night are more likely to say they have had health problems, including heart attack, asthma, and depression. (cdc.gov)

Shift workers, such as Frist Responders tend to get 2-4 hours less than required, and a lot of the time these hours are broken up throughout the day. Chris Crowley and Danielle Cook explain the importance of sleep on our physical and mental health while also giving practical solutions to those whose job does not allow for 7-9 continuous hours of rest. This podcast will give those struggling with sleep disorders education and provide hope that there are ways to help your body get the rest it needs.
Chris Crowley is the Founder of SomnoHealth Incorporated - bringing sleep lab technologies directly to the consumer. His startup in Golden Colorado is in full production with EverSleep - the only sleep improvement system that includes personalized sleep coaching based on continuous blood oxygen monitoring. www.GetEverSleep.com
Previously, he was an R&D Project Manager and Senior Mechanical Engineer with 20 years of experience in medical devices, pulse oximetry, imaging, geophysics, consumer electronics, and other industries.
His strength is managing the entire production process from concept to design to prototype to production.
His consulting experience includes Project Management, SolidWorks CAD services, 3D printing, vendor interaction, part sourcing, machining, fixture development, circuit boards, embedded software, and working models.
Engineering doesn't stop with his professional jobs... He has a long history of "hands-on" work like glassblowing, welding, room refinishing, bicycle modification, optical and photographic experimentation, programming, sailboard building, and woodworking... He even appeared on the first season of ABC Television's "American Inventor" show!
Specialties:
- Pulse Oximetry
- Design and production of durable, handheld, electronic devices
- Project Manager or Engineer on 18 released medical devices
- Expertise in “getting product out the door"
- Attended 300+ surgeries, 1000+ bedside patient contacts
- 6 years as a Colorado EMT
Danielle Cook is the founder and nutrition expert at First In Wellness. She has a diverse background in health as a university educator, published author, personal trainer, sports nutrition specialist, and clinical dietitian. She developed and participated in wellness programs with first responders, construction laborers, athletes, and members of the general population. Specializing in lifestyle medicine and performance nutrition, Danielle uses this integrated, performance-based approach as the foundation for program development. Danielle has a master’s degree in Nutrition and Food Science, certifications in performance nutrition and personal training, and a Board Certification in Health and Wellness Coaching.
https://www.firstinwellness.com/
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Manage episode 358770794 series 3347975
By MHNRN, LLC. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.
The amount of quality sleep directly affects our mental health. Experts say we need between 7-9 hours a day in order for our bodies and minds to fully recover.

Adults who sleep less than 7 hours each night are more likely to say they have had health problems, including heart attack, asthma, and depression. (cdc.gov)

Shift workers, such as Frist Responders tend to get 2-4 hours less than required, and a lot of the time these hours are broken up throughout the day. Chris Crowley and Danielle Cook explain the importance of sleep on our physical and mental health while also giving practical solutions to those whose job does not allow for 7-9 continuous hours of rest. This podcast will give those struggling with sleep disorders education and provide hope that there are ways to help your body get the rest it needs.
Chris Crowley is the Founder of SomnoHealth Incorporated - bringing sleep lab technologies directly to the consumer. His startup in Golden Colorado is in full production with EverSleep - the only sleep improvement system that includes personalized sleep coaching based on continuous blood oxygen monitoring. www.GetEverSleep.com
Previously, he was an R&D Project Manager and Senior Mechanical Engineer with 20 years of experience in medical devices, pulse oximetry, imaging, geophysics, consumer electronics, and other industries.
His strength is managing the entire production process from concept to design to prototype to production.
His consulting experience includes Project Management, SolidWorks CAD services, 3D printing, vendor interaction, part sourcing, machining, fixture development, circuit boards, embedded software, and working models.
Engineering doesn't stop with his professional jobs... He has a long history of "hands-on" work like glassblowing, welding, room refinishing, bicycle modification, optical and photographic experimentation, programming, sailboard building, and woodworking... He even appeared on the first season of ABC Television's "American Inventor" show!
Specialties:
- Pulse Oximetry
- Design and production of durable, handheld, electronic devices
- Project Manager or Engineer on 18 released medical devices
- Expertise in “getting product out the door"
- Attended 300+ surgeries, 1000+ bedside patient contacts
- 6 years as a Colorado EMT
Danielle Cook is the founder and nutrition expert at First In Wellness. She has a diverse background in health as a university educator, published author, personal trainer, sports nutrition specialist, and clinical dietitian. She developed and participated in wellness programs with first responders, construction laborers, athletes, and members of the general population. Specializing in lifestyle medicine and performance nutrition, Danielle uses this integrated, performance-based approach as the foundation for program development. Danielle has a master’s degree in Nutrition and Food Science, certifications in performance nutrition and personal training, and a Board Certification in Health and Wellness Coaching.
https://www.firstinwellness.com/
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