Robert Lindeman has established a successful career as a professional sleep consultant with over a decade of experience.
Sleep is an essential part of our livelihood that helps us to healthily grow and develop as young individuals and expand our memory, knowledge, and other cognitive skills as we age into adulthood.
The benefits of sleep include good health and a feeling of energy and refreshment. Healthy sleep patterns can also lead to better memory, improved physical functionalities, better cognitive abilities, increased creativity, healthier weight, better mood, and an overall happier lifestyle.
As a sleep consultant, Robert Lindeman works with people of all ages and circumstances in order to help them improve their sleeping habits to gain better health and happiness. By analyzing a person’s sleep patterns and habits, Lindeman can offer solutions to issues such as grogginess, stress, weakness, or other minor consequences of lack of sleep.
After identifying the problem, Lindeman will work out a strategy with the individual that will help them obtain the required sleep they need to feel great throughout the day. These strategies might include scheduling naps, getting to bed earlier, not hitting the snooze button, avoiding greasy food before bedtime, among other things. Many people are surprised at what a simple change in their daily habits can do for their sleep schedule and their overall physical and mental state.
Beyond these minor, day to day issues that can often have an easy fix, Robert Lindeman is also an expert in sleep disorders. The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) has reported that nearly 40 million people across the nation that are affected by sleep disorders. Oftentimes, these sleep disorders can be left undiagnosed or untreated, leading to even more serious health effects.
Because of this, Lindeman has dedicated his professional career to educating the public about these disorders and searching for solutions by supporting a number of professional, educational, and non profit organizations. These organizations include:
- American Sleep Apnea Association (ASAA)
- American Sleep Association (ASA)
- American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM)
- National Sleep Foundation (NSF)