Sleep is a gift of nature to human beings. Lack of sleep can be related to several lifestyle diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, obesity, sleep apnea, and heart ailment. Sleep deprivation and disruption can occur due to various reasons which includes psychosocial conditions such as anxiety and worry, environmental conditions such excessive noise, light or improper sleeping surface. Improper rest can aggravate chronic pain conditions. Accidents due to drowsy driving is becoming another big problem due to lack of proper sleep. A good night's sleep can improve memory, reduce weight, improve metabolism, reduce stress, and create hormonal balance, thus relaxing and rejuvenating the body. It is important to have a comfortable mattress for a good night's sleep. The average person...
Emmanuel Christi Das, Editor
Mukesh Goel, Partner, Auric Group
Nidhi Grover, Senior Director - Consulting, Capgemini Invent
Lokendra Ranwat, Co-Founder & CEO, Woodenstreet
Sunil Gopinath, Head Of Marketing Visioncare, Zeiss India
Anurag Garg, Managing Director & Country Head, Vitesco Technologies, India
Amit Srivastava, Director, Global Head - Practices & Technologies IMS, KPIT