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    World Sleep Day

    World Sleep Day 2021

    “People are actively participating in sleep care as part of our efforts to bring back some order and predictability to our daily lives and enhance our overall well-being.” 

    Dr. Teofilo Lee-Chiong, M.D.  

    Chief Medical Liaison at Philips

    Find out if you are at risk of sleep apnoea

    What steps can you take to improve your sleep?

    Wake up great
    The power of information lies in how you use it. Our goal is to use information from our annual sleep survey to empower you to make positive changes to your daily routine that will enable a better night’s sleep and begin to prioritise sleep.

    Suggestions from our sleep experts include:

    Understand and acknowledge the ways that lack of sleep impacts all facets of life – work, relationships, productivity

    Only 53% of people agree that they have a good understanding of what prevents them from getting good sleep

    Build a bedtime routine and maintain it

    Only 30% of people currently have a set bedtime/wake-up schedule

    Identify the various factors that might be contributing to your sleep troubles and researching your options and/or consulting a physician to address them

    Worry/stress, relationships, and cell phone use were reported as the top barriers to good sleep in 2020

    Use technology strategically. Research and identify tech that can positively impact your sleep (such as sleep therapy, or sleep aid devices), but disconnect from phones and screens at least 30 minutes before bedtime, preferably sleeping without them by your side

    Nearly three-quarters (74%) of people use their cell phone in bed, 39% admit to using it right before falling asleep.

    Understand and acknowledge the ways that lack of sleep impacts all facets of life – work, relationships, productivity

    Only 53% of people agree that they have a good understanding of what prevents them from getting good sleep

    Build a bedtime routine and maintain it

    Only 30% of people currently have a set bedtime/wake-up schedule

    Identify the various factors that might be contributing to your sleep troubles and researching your options and/or consulting a physician to address them

    Worry/stress, relationships, and cell phone use were reported as the top barriers to good sleep in 2020

    Use technology strategically. Research and identify tech that can positively impact your sleep (such as sleep therapy, or sleep aid devices), but disconnect from phones and screens at least 30 minutes before bedtime, preferably sleeping without them by your side

    Nearly three-quarters (74%) of people use their cell phone in bed, 39% admit to using it right before falling asleep.
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