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CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM:  SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE
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CREATIVE CONNECTIONS TEAM: SLEEP SOLUTIONS MINDMAP & OUTLINE

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A BRAINSTORMING EXERCISE OF IDEAS FOR PREVENTION OF SLEEP PROBLEMS UNDER OBAMACARE CHANGES.

A BRAINSTORMING EXERCISE OF IDEAS FOR PREVENTION OF SLEEP PROBLEMS UNDER OBAMACARE CHANGES.

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  • 1. CREATIVECONNECTIONS TEAMMINDMAP FOR GENERATING SLEEP DISORDER SOLUTIONS – CREATIVITY CRASH COURSE
  • 2. PRELIMINARYTHE PRESENTION COMBINES THE ORIGINALMINDMAPPING AND THE OUTLINE DERIVED FROMTHE MAPPING EXERCISE. THE IDEAS WEREORGANIZED INTO EIGHT CATEGORIES.THE MINDMAP SLIDES ARE SCREENSHOTS OF THEORIGINAL MINDMAPPING, AND MAY NOT BEREADABLE DUE TO PRINT SIZE. THE OUTLINEPROVIDES THE SUPPORTING INFORMATION.
  • 3. SLEEP PROBLEM ANDAREAS OF SOLUTION
  • 4. OVERVIEW
  • 5. SLEEP AS FUNMAKE SLEEP A FORM OF ENTERTAINMENT Create sleep inducing environments encourage exercise a few hours before bedtime. Provide a sleep world where sleep entertainment rides and charcters are the theme of the park Develop a playlist of sleep inducing music Create a visual montage of sleep inducing images CONTESTS AND PRIZES Create a system for people to induce types of dreaming, and to better remember and record their dreaming. Allow drug companies to produce OTC hallucinagins that trigger vivid and wild dreaming during sleep.
  • 6. SOCIAL SNOOZINGSOCIAL INCENTIVES Publically humiliate people who dont sleep enough Create local and regional sleeping contests for best sleep shown on brain wave monitors. Make sleep a national contest, with publicity for competititve sleeping, and tracking depth of sleep Publicly ridicule and humiliate people who dont get enough sleep--similar to the the anti-smoking campaign. Make sleep retreats popular where people practice different ways of relaxing and drifting off to sleep put people together for public sleeping to encourage herd behavior reward people with public praise for sleep improvement Give people long lazy baloon rides to slow down the pace of life and provide perspective create insomiacs anyonymous to help non-sleepers work through their issues. Create sleep suggestive art and images that glorify and value sleep. Place these in homes and workplaces. Hold contests for the most imaginative dreams Help people focus on their passions and personal interests to take the edge off the mundane and pressing work day. Create a theology and Church of Sleep, where spiritual progress is tied to faith in the value and quality of sleep. Help people develop clear consciences by instiuting public "confessionals" and "exonerations" from failures and failings.
  • 7. MEDICAL - PSYCHOLOGICALMEDICAL SOLUTIONS CREATE BIOFEEDBACK SLEEP CENTERS WHERE PEOPLE DESIGN THEIR OWN SLEEP PROGRAMS. invest in anti-anxiety research Implant electrodes to deliver sleep inducing currents to the brain Create a brain wave monitor connected to an auto-injection unit that immediately injects a fast acting sedative and barbituate into the bloodstream before someone awakens. Force people to stay awake for long periods. Excercise people to the point of exhaustion Attach sleep meters and punish or reward people who meet sleep quotas Reward MDs who prescrible rational cognitive therapy and exercise instead of Xanex. create a personalized sleep inducing routine for each patient/client Address peoples fears, and help them to feel completely safe about sleeping. Develop foods selections and dietary pratices that promote sleep Gather a team of psychologists and storytellers to develop a menu of bedtime stories that operate to detach people from the harsh realities of their day. Pay insurance or medicare incentive pay to M.D.s and Sleep Centers that document improved sleep hours by patients. Make Sleep a Medical Specialty in Medical schools, and attract MDs to the practice with laws for insurance coverage and liberal medicare/obamacare payouts. Make Sleep a medical preventitive care priority under ObamaCare, and authorize payments to companies that design and install home sleep "systems" that combine drugs, environment, education, design, and products.
  • 8. EMPLOYER INCENTIVES EMPLOYER BASED INCENTIVES ENACT LAWS THAT ALLOW EMPLOYEES A ONE HOUR SLEEP BREAK AND A PRIVATE, COMFORTABLE AND QUIET PLACE TO SLEEP. PROVIDE EMPLOYER INCENTIVES BY TAX CREDITS TO BUILD SLEEP ROOMS INTO THEIR OFFICE SPACE USE SUBLIMINAL MESSAGES ON WORK COMPUTERS. Provide employees with sound systems that allow them to hear relaxing music during the work day. Identify people with sleep disorders, and disqualify them from certain kinds of work. Design breaks to coincide with individual workers circadian systems, and if possible, allow a siesta time for a whole work group at their common "low point" of the day. Shift to 10 hour work days, 4 days a week to create 3 day weekends.
  • 9. ADDRESSING CORE CAUSESAddressing Core Causes Snoring Mandate Operations for the "snore flap" Dispense free c-Pap machines Require snorers to have disclose snoring issues before marriage certificate will be issued. Stress Use Stress identifiers on a "Stress Scale" and require time-off before critical levels are reached. Create a new medical specialty of "stress doctor" and have the AMA define excess stress as a "disease." Develop a skin coloration chemical that is ingested and that reacts to stress harmones. A persons skin color will change at certain levels of stress. Develop a new social bias called "Stressism” Neuroticism Help neurotices to find creative alternatives to late night worry. Associate worry with daylight, and exhaustion with night. Do psychological testing, and align people with work and play activities that give their neurotic styles free expression. Stop defining lack of sleep as a problem. Declare people who have serious sleep issues as disabled, and put them on social security. Biology Let people work shifts that coincide with their most creative and energized periods. Align occupations with body types and sleep tendencies. Based on scale results after brain scans, some people are not allowed to work in certain occupations. Focus research money on genetic testing for sleep disorders, and stress tolerance. Breed people who sleep well, and euthanize or sterilize those who dont. Overwork Require people to obtain government approval of their work and recreation schedules. Set maximum working hours on certain occupations Set up an "employment relations" agency in each state with arbitrators that process employee complaints of "overwork" and have the authority to require employers to realign work responsibilities. Make balance and time allocation a workplace priority by emphasizing to employers and employees why more gets done by reducing the number of tasks and the hours worked per persons. Poor Time Management Glorify and Highlight Examples of People Who know how to say "yes" and "no" to work and social expectations. Create employer-employee communication systems that help managers assess how much work they are putting on people, and the true time required to accomplish tasks. Help people focus on preparing for sleep by progressively reducing the intensity and types of activities as sleep time approaches.
  • 10. Public EducationCONDUCT PUBLIC EDUCATION ON HOW TO TOIMPROVE QUALITY OF SLEEP Make a Pantheon of Great Sleepers, and make sleeping a matter of natinal pride. show people how productivity increases with R&R organize national sleep ins. REWARD PEOPLE WHO PRODUCE THE BEST DREAMS. TEACH PEOPLE HOW TO CATNAP, ALLOW EMPLOYEES TO TAKE CATNAPS EDUCATION BASED SOLUTIONS Develop a sleep nutrition discipline
  • 11. FREE MARKET SNOOZINGCOMMERCIAL SOLUTIONS design and sell new sleep inducing beds that rely on all five sense to induce and maintain sleep Establish sleep retainer centers for long term care Use hypnotists provide hypnotic music pay experts to design and install sleep perfect environments Provide home care services for persons to assist family members who need care through the night so other family members can sleep. Develop sleep coaches who ingrain habits and sleep "triggers" over a period of 6 weeks repetition with clients. encourage the use of sleep partners Seal off all light from the bedroom, and soundproof all bedrooms. DEVELOP LARGE STUFFED SOFT BODY LENGTH FIGURES THAT PLAY SOOTHFUL NATURE SOUNDS WHEN SQUEEZED FOR BED. Use massage therapists for home visits at bedtime. Create "surround sound" and customized "get away" bedrooms that recreate a fantasy sleep space for the individual. Create electronic free spaces in homes where all lighting is natural or at best candle based. No mobile phones, computers or TVs. Create an architectual trend with a core purpose of inducing rest and sleep Develop "Emergency Sleep Rooms" where people can have sleep induced for up to 72 hours in a mild comatose state. Develop virtual "Sleep Fantasy Centers" where environments and people interact to produce your perfect "virtual" sleep world.
  • 12. THE FUHRER SPEAKSGOVERNMENT COERCION AND INCENTIVES Declare it a crime to sleep less than 6.5 hours, and imprison violators in sleep centers until rehabilitated. CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION PROGRAM ON THE DANGERS OF EXCESSIVE CAFFEINE. Pay people to sleep Pay to have people include jacuzzis in their home DEVELOP A NATIONAL STIMULATION INDEX AND DEVELOP GUIDELINES FOR OVERSTIMULATION FROM ELECTRONIC DEVICES, INCLUDING EMAIL, TEXTS, MOVIES, AND GAMES. Outlaw all electronic access after 9:00 p.m. Find the most boring subjects in the world, and require online courses between 4:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m. Place people who cant sleep on part time work and supplemental disability benefits. Move people who cant sleep to the country, and train them for jobs in low stress environments. provide people with paid sleep partners who induce sleep Give people free sleep drugs impose an activity curfew. ENACT LAWS THAT ALLOW LONGER SLEEP BREAKS. Outlaw all meetings, education or business before 10:00 and after 4:00 Ban Caffeine Require warnings of health risks on products that contain high levels of caffeine. Extend Medical Leave Protections to BOTH Parents when MD certifies child is keeping parents awake at night. Deny drivers licenses to persons who demonstrate sleep disorders.
  • 13. END OF SLIDESHOWMAY YOU HAVE MANY HOURS OFHAPPY SLEEPING ANDWONDERFULLY CREATIVEDREAMS, BOTH DAY AND NIGHT!

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