Did you know that nearly 30% of Lake Nona Life Project participants report issues with sleep?
We’re excited to announce the launch of the Sleep Study, a sub-study of the Lake Nona Life Project. Sleep is vital to good health and well-being, and from an early review of the LNLP survey data, we found that sleep is a meaningful topic to the Lake Nona community. This sub-study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of various sleep interventions among community members who report having some degree of sleep trouble.
As a sleep study participant, you will have the opportunity to learn how to better manage your energy by participating in a specialized, in-person training from the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute. You may also be selected to use different sleep technologies that could help improve your sleep. Furthermore, you will be contributing to the greater community of individuals suffering from sleep issues by helping to discover the effectiveness of these interventions.
- Be an adult (18 years or older)
- Be a registered participant in the LNLP
- Have at least mild sleep trouble (e.g., have problems either falling asleep, staying asleep, waking too early, or feeling tired or unrested in the morning)
- Have a smartphone for text messages and mobile app (if applicable)
- Speak, read, and understand English
What to Expect:
- Complete a screening questionnaire
- Review and sign a consent document
- Complete a 1-day Energy Management training onsite at the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute located in Lake Nona, Florida
- Participate in an assigned sleep intervention(s) for 5 consecutive weeks, if applicable
- Complete a daily 5-minute electronic Sleep Diary
- Complete three 15-minute surveys on sleep and related factors
Are you getting the needed amount of quality sleep?
If you are interested in participating in the sleep study, please complete the form below and a research assistant from the Lake Nona Life Project will contact you.