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NEW YORK, March 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- BedtimeNetwork.com, the only website dedicated to helping women and those they love make bedtime and sleep better, announces the first, "Friends Help Friends Sleep Better," campaign and contest http://www.bedtimenetwork.com/friends-dont-let-friends-lose-sleep-contest in time for National Sleep Awareness Week. The benefits of a good night's sleep are recognized as an essential component of good health joining the likes of diet and exercise. A newly noted study by Surrey University underscores the importance of sleep calling it, "A Pillar of Health," http://goo.gl/cpOiR.
Can't Sleep? Bedtime Network's sleep experts provide regular features on bedtime nutrition, mind & body, sex, relationships, interior design, dreams, beauty and children's sleep. To celebrate National Sleep Awareness Week and Wellness Week, one Grand Prize winner will receive private consultations with each of the following experts:
Gayle Reichler - Nutritionist and author of "Active Wellness" Elisabeth Halfpapp - Co-founder Exhale Spa and Core Fusion Lauri Loewenberg - Dream analyst Nyiri Grigorian - Therapist and relationship expert Miriam Baker – Sex therapist Brooke Nalle - Children's sleep coach
Three First Prize winners will receive a Bedtime Beats® iHome and clock radio and five Second Prize winners will receive the award-winning Bedtime Beats® music collection with bedphones; headphones designed especially for sleep.
BedtimeNetwork.com is the realization of a dream between "First Ladies of Sleep," Cindy Bressler and Lisa Mercurio, former senior entertainment executives (PolyGram/Universal Music/ABC Disney) and developers of the award-winning, musical sleep solution, "Bedtime Beats® – The Secret to Sleep®," (Daily Candy's Sweetest Sound Award 2007). Bressler and Mercurio said, "Virtually everyone knows somebody who just can't sleep. We are here for them. Our philosophy is simple: the secret to a good night's sleep lies in what you do at bedtime. Bedtime Network is here…for good nights. "