Sleep for a better tomorrow
Sleep like your life depends on it. Because it does.
Sleep is essential to our overall immunity and well-being, so disruptive sleep can affect personal health, family life, and work. When you don’t get optimal sleep (7-9 hours per night for the average adult),2Hirshkowitz M et al. Sleep Health 2015 it can hold you back from feeling energized, productive, and healthy.
45% of Americans who work from home said they get more sleep compared to working in an office. Additionally, 48% of those who currently work remotely say they think it will be harder for them to wake up once they return to a physical workplace.
Are you at risk for sleep apnea?
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More sleep stats.
of Americans said they take medication or a sleep aid such as aromatherapy or tea to help them fall asleep.
of Americans said their doctor has never proactively asked them about the quality of their sleep.
- Watching shows / videos / movies 36% 36%
- Taking a medication and sleep aid (i.e., aromatherapy, sleep teas, etc.) 29% 29%
- Staying up late 23% 23%
- Reading 19% 19%
- Sound machine / white noise 12% 12%
- Gaming 10% 10%
- Meditation / sleep apps 9% 9%
- Other 4% 4%
- None of the above 21% 21%
Resources for better sleep.
Why am I always tired?
The effects of sleep deprivation on your health.
How to sleep without snoring.
How well are you really sleeping?