A recent survey reveals unsurprising news: U.S. workers still aren’t getting a good night’s rest.
But it’s not just how much sleep you get that matters. It’s the way you sleep.
“Room temperature, comfort, bedtime, room lighting and method of wake-up are all contributing factors of healthy sleep habits that can make a person feel better during the day.”
One tip from Dr. Russell Rosenberg of the National Sleep Foundation: Get at least 30 minutes of exposure to bright light in the morning to energize you.
Highlights from the survey:
- 64% of workers believe that lack of sleep means their day begins on a low note.
- 23% of office workers admit to taking a nap at work.
- 44% of those who do get a good night’s sleep still feel energetic at the end of the day.
- 23% of poor sleepers still feel energetic at the end of the day.
Source: Philips Consumer Lifestyle