Sleep Reset’s digital sleep program for insomnia is now available for Health Savings Account (HSA) and Flex Spending Account (FSA) holders.

At checkout, individuals can use their HSA or FSA card to purchase the program. In the event of insufficient funds or a misplaced card, individuals can contact their plan administrator to submit for reimbursement. 

“Our mission at Sleep Reset is to provide easy, immediate access to sleep care in order to improve quality of life for millions of people,” says Yunha Kim, founder and CEO of Sleep Reset, in a release. “The introduction of HSA and FSA eligibility is a significant step in making Sleep Reset even more accessible to those who want to sleep better.”

Insomnia is currently the most widespread sleep disorder in the United States, with 30-40% of Americans experiencing insomnia symptoms, accordoing to a release from Sleep Reset. For those who are wondering if they might have insomnia, Sleep Reset launched an insomnia quiz that utilizes the Insomnia Severity Index—a tool widely used by healthcare professionals.

Poor sleep has been linked to compromised emotional regulation, impaired cognitive function, and adverse effects on physical health. These factors not only contribute to a higher mortality rate but also significantly diminish overall quality of life.

Traditional solutions for insomnia have been either taking sleeping pills, which can prevent deep sleep and result in side effects such as daytime grogginess and dependency, or visiting sleep clinics, which can be inaccessible due to long waitlists.

Sleep Reset digitizes highly efficacious techniques used at sleep clinics, such as cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia, and makes it easily accessible by letting customers take the program home with them on a mobile app.

In a recent peer-reviewed study, sleep doctors found that Sleep Reset members experienced significant improvements in their sleep. On average, members who went through the program extended their total sleep time by 85 minutes, decreased the time it took to fall asleep by 53%, and experienced half as many nightly awakenings.

The announcement follows Sleep Reset’s launch of its Employers Program, designed to help employers who are looking to improve their employees’ health, performance, and productivity.

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