We live in a time of uncertainty, as the world is changing every day, by the hour. The CoronaVirus has been spreading rapidly across the world, affecting many areas and millions of people in almost no time. Countries are taking strong measures in an extraordinary, desperate attempt to put a stop to the virus’ spread: flights are cancelled, events are on hold and above all – millions are grounded to their homes everywhere. As the show must go on, for many, that means working from home. But adjusting to a completely new routine and spending so much time indoors has its consequences, and keeping your sleep (and work) healthy during this time should be a priority. So what can you do to make sure you get the quality ZZZs you need, even in times of working from home?
Over the course of 2019, we’ve gathered and analyzed sleep data of more than 200,000 nights, and found some interesting trends that can tell us a lot about how we are sleeping, how much of it we are actually getting, when we are sleeping, the quality of our sleep and who among us is prioritizing their sleep.
2020 is right around the corner, and there’s no better time to reflect on our lifestyle and habits, on everything that we’ve accomplished this year, and on what matters most to us. But above all, it’s a time for new resolutions. Although we all probably have good intentions and hopes for the coming year (and decade), new resolutions are often forgotten about, as forming new habits isn’t something easy to do, or maintain. But when it comes to sleep, everyone should be doing their best to adopt habits which will help make their nights more restful on their way to healthier, more productive days.
To get a better understanding of how exactly sleep and work impact each other, and to drive awareness of sleep-related solutions as a strong tool for a healthy and vital work environment, we created the great sleep ranking . We asked 825 employees of 25 companies in the fields of tech, finance and shift-based about their sleep habits, how they perceive their sleep, the way work affect their sleep and vice versa, their opinions about sleep wellness programs and even about their caffeine consumption habits. Here are just some of the fascinating findings we came up with on our way to create a list of the most sleep-friendly organizations. Visit the official survey’s page to get the full results!
Have you ever wondered what happens while you sleep? Whether you’re getting a full night of quality sleep or a decent dose of rest every night? The popular trend of self-monitoring is now dominating the world of sleep. Just like tracking vital signs in sports, today’s technology include many sleep apps and devices that will help you discover everything you need to know about those mysterious sleep hours – without you even having to get out of bed!
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