Shift work and difficulty sleeping are accepted as the norm in emergency services. Emergency services personnel struggle with rotating shifts, night shifts, and shift changes that cause difficulty falling asleep, difficulty staying asleep and getting too few hours of good, restorative sleep. Sleep affects everything, from how relationships are managed, job performance, moods, resilience to stressors, and even health and metabolism. When a first responder isn’t sleeping, everything is affected in a negative way.

Responder Support Services helps emergency services personnel by using scientifically proven strategies to restore sleep, even under the worst schedules and conditions. Our interventions are proven to be more effective than medications at restoring and establishing normal sleep patterns.

Sleep better now by calling: 828-333-5708