Elikqitie, show host and producer of the Travel Gluten Free Podcast presents an in-depth conversation with innovative entrepreneur, Richard Jacobs, founder of The Good Night’s Sleep Project.
In this podcast they’ll discuss:
- Why many commercially manufactured pillows don’t provide a good night’s rest
- The importance of restorative sleep for maintaining good health
- Jacobs’ own personal struggles with sleep that led him to develop a new, innovative pillow
Jacobs talks about the obvious benefits of getting a good night’s sleep, such as waking up feeling great, not tired, clear minded, and ready to take on the day. Additionally, he talks about some of the studies that have linked poor sleep to diabetes, dementia, and more. Jacobs talks about your ‘score’ in regard to sleeping. Are you sleeping well 5 nights a week, 4 nights, maybe only 2 nights? Sleep matters and Jacobs’ company is working to provide everyone with an opportunity to sleep better.
The Good Night’s Sleep Project has developed an innovative, handmade, custom-tailored pillow that has changed people’s lives—overnight. Some state that after trying out the Good Night’s Sleep products that they have experienced the first restful night’s sleep they’ve had in a long time, possibly even months or, shockingly, years. Certainly we can all remember days in which our sleep the evening before was so incredibly restful that we woke up feeling great, bursting with energy, and ready to make a great day! But unfortunately, millions of Americans have very few nights of that kind of quality sleep.
Jacobs explains how normal pillows bunch around the neck; they’re often too soft and mushy, which prevents proper rest. The Good Night’s Sleep Project pillows don’t get mushy. They are firm, but not too firm, and they keep the neck aligned properly so good, restful sleep can occur. The Good Night’s Sleep Project pillows allow you to fall asleep faster and easier by supporting your body in a natural posture, which helps you to drift off to sleep. Additionally, the pillows can help reduce snoring and alleviate sleep apnea, and provide for a generally more enjoyable restorative sleep. Many users find that they no longer toss and turn all through the night, but wake up feeling refreshed.
Continuing, the good sleep entrepreneur discusses his own struggles to find a good pillow, and how he decided that the best way to get a good night’s rest was to design and manufacture his own pillow that dealt with the troubling issues surrounding poor sleep.