Sleep Week-March 15th

Happy #WorldSleepDay! World Sleep Day is all about promoting sleep as an essential part of good health. But who has time to get enough quality sleep every night? If you cut back on sleep in an effort to get more done in a day, it turns out you may be doing more harm than good. Find out why.

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Sleep and Weight Management

Have you ever thought about using sleep as a tool to get to your optimal body weight? It’s true! Whether you are already at your healthy weight or working your way towards it, Dr. Anne Morse breaks down why sleep is as important as diet and exercise in getting you there.

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Sleep and Mental Health

Social Media Post: Believe it or not, sleep can have a huge impact on your mental health – and your mental health can impact your sleep! Watch as Dr. Anne Morse describes the two-way link between sleep and mental health and provides strategies to help calm your mind before bed.

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Sleep Week

Monday, March 11th: Happy Sleep Week!

Happy National Sleep Awareness Week! Doctors once thought sleep was just a temporary period of inactivity, almost like a brief coma. Spoiler alert: they were wrong! Watch as Dr. Anne Morse explains why better health starts with a better night’s rest.

Are You Getting Enough Sleep? How to Know (

Check out resources on the Wake Up and Learn program tab on this website.

Sleep Survey Through Geisinger Wake Up and Learn

This is the link to the Combined Sleep Questionnaire survey. After completing the survey, you are given immediate feedback as to whether your responses indicate a high or low risk for sleep problems. Those in the high-risk category will be given the opportunity to complete a more comprehensive online survey (Alliance Sleep Questionnaire, ASQ). The ASQ, which is reviewed by a program-affiliated sleep professional, allows for the identification of specific sleep pathology, and includes depression and anxiety screeners. Participants are sent a personalized letter outlining the finding of the ASQ and offering strategies to address the identified sleep problem(s). (This is a confidential program-no one will know the results of your surveys except the Geisinger Wake Up and Learn Team).

You will receive 75 points for participating in the sleep survey program if you are participating in the Embrace your path wellness program. The Combined Sleep questionnaire survey must be completed by October 31st.

You can either click the link or use the QR code to take the survey!




Health Advocate

Several people emailed me about losing points overnight. Health advocate is updating their system as our trackers were not calculating properly, they were undercalculating. So please check back next week as the system should be done updating. Thank you for your patience ad understanding.

Calm App Survey

Please remember to fill out the 6 question survey to gauge interest in the calm app for employees. It’s due on Friday, September 16th.

The Calm app would be for benefit eligible employees so even for people who do not take the health insurance, but are eligible to. Calm is a global mental health solution that supports employee mental well-bring through clinically proven outcomes like better sleep, reduced stress and anxiety and improved mindfulness. Calm’s comprehensive, diverse and highly accessible mental wellness resources are designed to support a broad spectrum of needs across our population.

The platform contains; meditation, sleep, music, mindfulness, masterclasses, meditation for kids, the daily calm, calm body and the daily move and much more.