Sleep Readiness


Sleep is the critical requirement for brain health and function. Sleep readiness is the ability to recognize and implement the requisite sleep principles and behaviors to support optimal brain function. In turn, sleep readiness underpins a Soldier’s ability to meet the physical and nonphysical demands of any duty or combat position, accomplish the mission, and continue to fight and win. 


Resource Links:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Sleep page
(https://www.cdc.gov/sleep/index.html 

Pathway to Better Sleep
(https://www.veterantraining.va.gov/insomnia/)

Sleep Self Study
(https://www.hprc-online.org/mental-fitness/sleep-stress/20-holistic-sleep-optimization-tips-better-performance-mental-health 

Uniformed Services University Human Performance
(https:https://www.hprc-online.org/
)
 

     Holistic Health & Fitness (H2F)
      Contact Information
 
     State Coordinator             
     Lt. Christopher Barrett
     Jefferson City, MO                      
     christopher.w.barrett13.mil@army.mil
     573-638-9500 ext 37427  

     State NCOIC
     Sgt. 1st Class Travis Mathews
     Fort Leonard Wood, MO                      
     travis.j.mathews3.mil@army.mil
     573-638-9500 ext 39205

     Regional Coordinator
     Capt. Ann Robbins
     Kansas City, MO                            
     ann.m.robbins10.mil@army.mil
     573-638-9500 ext. 35059