Sleeping the healthy range of 7 to 9 hours a day translates to spending a third of your life sleeping. Since this is a big part of your life and essential for your physical, mental and emotional wellbeing, you should work to maximise your sleep outcomes.
Unfortunately, given the demands and distractions of modern life, people are prone to neglecting sleep in order to chase greater success in their lives. Asia and Singapore have some of the worst sleepers in the world, with 55% of people surveyed in our sleep study admitting that they sleep 6 hours or fewer each night.
Of the respondents in Singapore, nearly 1 in 3 indicated they were not satisfied with their quality of sleep. The good news is that taking even small steps in improving your sleeping habits can result in significant benefits in your health and quality of life.