World Sleep Day

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2023 Date17 March 2023
World Sleep Day

World Sleep Day History

World Sleep Day seeks to raise awareness about the importance of sleep. This day aims to highlight sleep as a human privilege that should not be compromised. It aims to lessen the burden of sleep problems on society by encouraging better prevention and management of sleep disorders.

World Sleep Day was established in 2008 by the World Sleep Society. It is observed annually on the Friday before the Spring Vernal Equinox.

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World Sleep Day Facts & Quotes

  • The slogan for World Sleep Day in 2023 was Sleep is Essential for Health.
  • Reports by the CDC show that adults aged 18-64 who sleep less than 7 hours per night are more likely to report chronic health conditions such as depression, arthritis, and asthma, compared to those who sleep more than 7 hours.
  • According to Sleep Foundation, Hawaii reported having the highest percent of adults who get insufficient sleep, while South Dakota reported having the lowest percent.
  • The short answer is at least 7 hours in length, but a truly restorative sleep depends on duration as well as continuity and depth. Understanding the impact of sleep on physical and mental health is more important than ever before. Share our commitment and amplify our mission to advance sleep health worldwide - Dr. Clete Kushida, President of World Sleep Society

World Sleep Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • Get better sleep! Some healthy sleep habits are: establishing a regular sleep and wake schedule, eliminating disturbances, and getting an adequate amount of sleep each night.
  • Improve your sleep through diet and exercise. suggests avoiding caffeine, getting regular exercise, getting sunglight, and not eating too late in order to help improve your sleep.
  • Browse activites for World Sleep Day by country.

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