Benefits of a good night’s sleep




Getting a good night sleep

Sleep plays a vital role in our health and wellbeing. Essential to reducing stress, anxiety and resetting the mind and body, getting a good night’s sleep is paramount in healing and repairing your heart and blood vessels. Quality sleep helps reset your body clock, helping you balance hormones and aiding in weight loss.


Why do we need proper sleep?

Results of poor sleep can appear instantly or long term, like a sore neck in the morning to major back problems that last years. Ongoing poor sleep is also linked to heart and kidney disease, high blood pressure and stroke. Affecting how your body reacts to insulin, poor sleep also increases your risk of diabetes. Children deprived of quality sleep also perform poorer than their counterparts. Lack of quality sleep is known to trigger microsleeps, one of the 3 major causes of fatal motor vehicle accidents. While extreme lengths are implemented to combat this in the mining industry, even driving to and from work on poor quality sleep increases your risk of a microsleep.


The difference between lots of sleep and quality sleep

Having 10 hours of sleep doesn’t mean that you’re well-rested. Many people experience having ample sleep but still feeling tired. So, what’s the difference between lots of sleep and quality sleep? Quality sleep consists of support of the whole body, thermoregulation and sleep patterns. Aided by relaxing evening routines, switching technology off and choosing the right mattress for your body type, quality sleep will help you feel healthier, more awake, less stressed and ready to take on the day.

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Spinal Health MSD


Spinal Health MSD

Affecting and limiting your body’s movement, Musculoskeletal Disorder (MSD) is the largest cause of workplace injury in Australia. Responsible for around 13% of injuries, MSD is caused by repetitive lifting or pushing of heavy equipment or objects too far from your body. In aged and community care, MSD is responsible for around 80% of injuries. Improve your spinal health with assistance from the innovative Ezi-makeTM.



MSD is caused by continual repetition of tasks, forceful exertions and sustained awkward positions that push your body too far. Poor work practices and unsafe lifting techniques are major risk factors that contribute to MSD. Seemingly easy tasks like computer use or moving equipment can increase your risk of MSD.



Studies have shown that even the simple task of daily bed making consists of a detrimental load of unsafe movements and lifting. The Ezi-makeTM assists in easing the pressures putting you at risk of MSD when making a bed. TheEzi-makeTM will help you avoid detrimental movements and injury-causing lifting when it comes to making your bed each day. Making it 6 times easier, the Ezi-makeTM reduces the load on your body and consequently reducing your risk of MSD.
In the workplace, mechanical aids like the Ezi-makeTM help make workplaces a safer environment with reduced risks of MSD-causing situations. Demonstrated by research, lifting and moving technique training is inadequate in preventing injuries and risks in the workplace. Using an engineered solution like the Ezi-makeTM is an ideal way to discourage risky practice and injury.

Take the first step in minimising risks of MSD by investing an Ezi-makeTM, helping you safely complete one of your most common lifting and moving chores.

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