Sleep is Health

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Everybody can sleep, but does everybody sleep well?

As an average, a healthy night’s sleep for adults is judged to be between 7 and 9 hours. Of course, this can vary from person to person; whilst someone may be completely energised and healthy after 9 hours sleep, another person might only require 6 to optimize their sleep.

Research carried out by the Sleep Foundation has shown that if the below points apply to you, then you are making the most of your sleep:

  • You fall asleep within 15-20 minutes of lying down to sleep.
  • You regularly sleep a total of seven to nine hours in a 24-hour period.
  • While in your bed, your sleep is continuous—you don’t have long periods of lying awake when you wish to be sleeping.
  • You wake up feeling refreshed, as if you’ve “filled the tank.”
  • You feel alert and are able to be fully productive throughout the waking hours (note, it’s natural for people to feel a dip in alertness during waking hours, but with healthy sleep, alertness returns).
  • Your partner or family members do not notice any disturbing or out of the ordinary behaviour from you while you sleep, such as snoring , pauses in breathing, restlessness, or otherwise nighttime behaviours.

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At soundasleep, we are looking to give you the best possible chance to ensure that you achieve all of the above points. Through our incredibly comfy premium pillow, whether it’s using your own personalised playlists or relaxing to the blissful ambience generated by the Mindfulness meditation app, your good night’s sleep has never been easier to achieve.

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