Today is * World Sleeping Day. *
This annual event aims to celebrate and emphasize the importance of healthy sleep.
Health officials say sleeping properly can lead to all kinds of problems.
Did you wake up this morning when the alarm sounds? Or do you want to sleep again?
The Sudburians were asked about their sleep on Friday.
"I usually sleep well and read it before going to bed. It is easy to get to bed and probably sleeps for 8-10 hours."
"I want to sleep like everyone else. I do not know if it sleeps for 5 hours and 6 hours, but it is not necessary, I wake up once every two hours."
Public Health According to Sudbury and District, the average adult needs 7-9 hours of sleep at night.
"We've found that 45 percent of the world's population suffers from sleep disturbances," said Carol Craig of Sudbury & Public Health Sudbury & Carol.
Craig says people should make sure they have a good "sleep hygiene".
"Avoid allergies such as caffeine or alcohol before going to bed all day long to make sure your sleeping environment helps you with good sleep hygiene Light, what level of light in your room Temperature, mattress Your pillow … Your The other thing is the screen, all kinds of screens are blue, and our brains make us think we should stay awake, "Craig said.
If you have tried all these things to get a good night's sleep without success, Craig says it will be time to meet your health care provider. A cell phone like you is not a problem, but rather a sleep disorder, such as insomnia or sleep apnea.