Reawaken Two-Thirds of Your Life.

Welcome to The Sleep Ambassador®, created to provide education, services and resources to optimize Sleep Wellness. Sleep is integral to health, performance, productivity, safety and well-being. To LIVE WELL you must SLEEP WELL.

As The Sleep Ambassador®, Nancy H. Rothstein is on a quest to raise awareness, educate and provide strategies to optimize sleep.  Nancy offers customized consulting services to corporations, schools, universities, athletic teams, other organizations and individuals. In addition, her compelling presentations offer a foundation to inform and inspire people to improve the quality and quantity of their sleep, as well as to encourage people to seek appropriate medical care if a sleep disorder is suspected. While she is not a medical professional, she collaborates with recognized medical experts, researchers and leaders in the field of sleep. Nancy will provide you and your business with the finest sleep related resources, services and products. She welcomes all inquiries to assist you and your organization on the road to Sleep Wellness. Please enjoy learning more about Nancy H. Rothstein, The Sleep Ambassador®and her services.

Wishing you restful sleep, sweet dreams and happy days.

 

My Daddy Snores

www.mydaddysnores.com
Inspired by personal experience, Nancy H. Rothstein wrote My Daddy Snores, a children’s book published by Scholastic Inc. The book has sold over 300,000 copies, indicative of the enormity of sleep issues. This family friendly companion website offers viewers comprehensive resources about sleep.
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The Sleep Radio Show®

www.blogtalkradio.com
In spring 2008, Nancy H. Rothstein created an Internet radio show, The Sleep Radio Show®, dedicated to the subject of sleep. As host, Rothstein’s guests include both experts in the field of her sleep and real people with sleep issues. All shows are archived and  downloadable, and also available on iTunes.
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In the News

Making a Business Case for Bedtime
According to the Wall Street Journal, it turns out a good night’s rest is good for business. One-third of American workers aren’t sleeping enough to function at peak levels, and that chronic exhaustion is costing billions of dollars in lost productivity, according to researchers from Harvard Medical School.
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NYU Sleep Course. Sleep Well and Live Well.

76 percent of the population wants to get better sleep. Does this include you?

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