From 9th to 11th February 2023, everything revolves around the premiere of “sleep better” at the exhibition center in Hanover. The profile of the fair is clearly defined: On three days of the event, experts from the sleep industry exchange ideas on the topics of sleep medicine, learning to sleep and the sleeping environment.
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Hanover. From 9th to 11th February 2023, everything revolves around the premiere of “sleep better” at the exhibition center in Hanover. The profile of the fair is clearly defined: On three days of the event, experts from the sleep industry exchange ideas on the topics of sleep medicine, learning to sleep and the sleeping environment. Included are, for example, the German Foundation for Sleep, the Federal Association of Sleep Apnea and Sleep Disorders and the German Restless Legs Association. The Lower Saxony Ministry of Health takes over the patronage of the event, Ms. Daniela Behrens opens the fair on the 9th. February.
“We receive a lot of positive response to the trade fair concept, and already have initial registrations and promises from well-known companies such as Löwenstein Medical, mementor GmbH, dormiente GmbH, OBB Oberbadische Bettfedernfabrik GmbH, SAMINA Produktions- und Handels GmbH, mysheepi and SCHEU-DENTAL GmbH,” says Simona Erd
The format consists of a specialist conference with CME points and a specialist exhibition on the topics of sleep medicine, learning to sleep and the sleeping environment.
The program was developed together with Dr. Alfred Wiater from the German Society for Sleep Research and Sleep Medicine (DGSM) and Markus Kamps as Managing Director of the portal Sleep Campaign & Sleep Coach. In specialist lectures and discussion rounds, experts from medicine and industry exchange ideas on the topics “How do I find the right bed?”, “Sleeping aids and medicines – are they useful or a danger?” and “Which wearables can or should I use?” out.
The “sleep better 2023” sets further accents in discussions with competitive athletes who report on the influence of healthy sleep on the performance of a professional athlete. In workshops, for example, practical exercises against the thought carousel can be learned in the evening.
Dr. Rüdiger Plänker, CEO dormiente, says: “The new concept of the fair ‘sleep better’ inspired us from the beginning. With the three clusters ‘Sleep Medicine, Learning to Sleep and Sleep Environment’, the topic of sleep is finally recorded holistically and is thus a novelty in the “trade fair landscape”. As dormiente, we fit perfectly into this trade fair plan with our philosophy and our guaranteed ecological products, as all our products must strictly adhere to sustainability & health. We produce exclusively from renewable raw materials and have all materials extensively checked for harmful substances by the Eco-Institut.
We are looking forward to the first ‘sleep better’ 2023.”
Lars Reimann, Managing Director of mySheepi GmbH: “Die schlafen better’ is an excellent opportunity for us to exchange ideas with experts and an interested professional audience. In addition, every visitor can get up to date on the topic of sleep.”
Philipp Amann, Managing Director of SAMINA Produktions- und Handelsgesellschaft, adds: “For us, this is a good way to further advance our mission of turning bad sleepers into good sleepers. We expect us to reach people here who want to sustainably improve their sleep for a better quality of life.”
The better sleep 2023 is aimed at doctors and medical professionals as well as representatives from research and health policy on the first two days. Another visitor target group are experts in occupational health management, trade, health insurance companies, associations, associations and schools. On Mass Saturday, the better sleep opens to anyone who is interested in a better and healthier sleep.
Further information at www.besser-schlafen-hannover.de.