Listen to the 5 minute interview with Don Vaughn from Invisibly. Vaughn shares some ideas at the end of the interview to better your sleep (and waking up) habits..
Here’s what Invisibly learned:
- 82% aren’t sleeping well or thought their sleep patterns could be better.
- Men are getting the best quality sleep at more than twice the rate of women and non-binary respondents.
- 81% of people do not track their sleep with an app or other device.
- Only 14% of respondents have a consistent daily sleep schedule.
The majority of respondents across all gender lines said that they frequently did not sleep well, waking up feeling tired and unrested. A significant portion of respondents, 81.7%, said that they did not usually sleep well and woke up tired and unrested, and feel their sleep could use some improvement. In total, only 18.3% of respondents said that they sleep "very well."
Men reported getting the best quality sleep at more than double the amount of women, with 29% of male respondents saying they sleep very well, compared to only 13% of women and 11% that identify as non-binary.