Study seeks information on sleep habits of veterans, active military
Active duty and reserve soldiers, as well as veterans, are asked to take part in a new survey that’s designed to help researchers learn more about the importance of a good night’s sleep for military members.
The online survey – found at www.vetsleep.org – includes questions about sleep patterns and habits, according to Dan Frank, chief executive officer of VetAdvisor, the company that is partnering with Johns Hopkins University to conduct the survey. The information is confidential.
“Once soldiers take the survey, we ask them if they would be willing to do a Quantified Self intervention,” Frank said.
Read more about the Quantified Self intervention and the sleep survey.