Adults should ideally get between 7-9 hours of sleep per night. However, it is estimated that at least 35% of adults are not getting enough slumber!


The likelihood of dying sooner among those who sleep fewer than 6.5 hours per night, or more than 9.5 hours per night, is higher than in people who sleep the recommended 7-9 hours per night.


There are various factors that contribute to people not getting enough sleep. Stress and anxiety can make it more difficult to fall asleep and stay asleep at night, among other things. Factors such as keeping electronic devices such as phones, TVs, and tablets in the bedroom might keep you awake, as can other aspects of your lifestyle. Additionally, social jet-lag, which occurs when people go to bed late and sleep in on weekends, but then go to bed and get up substantially earlier on weekdays, can have a negative impact on sleep. This gap in bed and waking times during the weekend compared to the working week is analogous to jet lag, which results in poorer sleep due to the weekend schedule.


If you don’t get 7 to 9 hours of sleep regularly, compare your weekday and weekend bedtime routines, and try to go to bed and wake up at consistent times during the week.


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