According to the National Institute of Health, approximately 70 million people in the United States are affected by a sleep problem. Travelers are most susceptible to restless nights, as a new sleeping environment coupled with jet lag can take its toll on one’s body. AKA is taking serious shuteye to the next level with the AKA Sleep School.
In partnership with the New York University School of Medicine Sleep Disorders Center and the Sleep Medicine Associates of New York City, AKA has created a comprehensive program to ensure residents get a good night’s rest during their visit and after they return to their homes. Guests can choose customized accommodations, participate in evening Sleep School seminars and benefit from in-room screenings with board-certified sleep specialists. AKA is addressing residents’ sleep concerns that go beyond what pillow or bed to choose. Many in the hospitality industry focus on the bed, AKA has learned from our partners at NYU and the Sleep Medicine Associates of New York City that all aspects of the room, from the lighting to mirrors to alarms clocks, must be taken into consideration. Because AKA’s residents typically stay 30 days or more, our sleep-school participants will have a healthy amount of time to put what they learn into practice.
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