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AlvásThe sleep disorder has evolved into a global epidemic, which affects to nearly half of the world’s population – is said at the World Sleep Day in Budapest, initiated by the World Association of Sleep Medicine. The Hungarian partner of international this association, the Budapest Sleep Center/ Benyovszky Medical Center confirm on the basis of national research: Hungarian sleep worse than the European avarage.

A World Sleep Day is an annual event to be held, which aims to call the attention for the importance of the restful sleep.

Hungary plays a prominent role in the international movement: the World Association of Sleep Medicine recently rewarded the activity made on this area with an excellence prize.

The consequences of stress, excessive workload, unhealthy lifestyle are not only the shortening of expected age, but several illness, and a tragic traffic accident inducing maybe. The lifestyle and the sleep circumstances have a significant effect on the quality of the sleep.

Alvás Világnap 2014

Hungarian experts – including neurologists, sleep therapists, allergist and orthopaedic specialists – worked out the sleep qualification system, the beds and sleeping places are objectively evaulated based on this. Based on that system they look for the sleep friendly hotels of the world, and evaluate the best ones.

In 2014, the Four Seasons Hotels and Resort got Sleepfirendly Hotel certification. Mr. György G. Németh, the president of Sleepfriendy Program, Mr. Richard Robert Kiss, the CEO of Sleepfriendly Hotel Program and Mr. Ákos Niklai, chairman of the Hotel & Restaurant Association of Hungary gave the certification to Mr. Yves Giacometti the managing director of the Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest.

Four Seasons Szálloda

For the first time, the Pharma Nord and Billerbeck company also received recognition for exemplary work of promoting the sleep culture.

 The healing work of sleep diagnostics and sleep therapy is high quality in Hungary. The numbers of domestic specialists are few but they are internationally recognized and they organized around sleep centers. Most of those centers are accredited sleep laboratory and meet the high quality requirements of the European Sleep Societies.

Informacio: World Sleep Day Hungary

Contact: György G. Németh


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