It’s time to be your
Best Slept Self ®
Every year, the National Sleep Foundation takes this time to reemphasize the important connection between your sleep and your health and well-being. We're here to help you become your Best Slept Self. Because deep, rejuvenating sleep is what we toss-and-turn about.
Why we do it?
What’s the National Sleep Foundation all about?
See a renewed you after taking small steps each day and night that make a big difference in sleep health.
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The nation’s sleep health is strongly associated with the nation’s mental health.
Over 90% of American adults with very good overall sleep health say they have no significant depressive symptoms.
Almost 7 in 10 Americans (65%) who are dissatisfied with their sleep also experience mild or greater levels of depressive symptoms.
People with difficulties falling or staying asleep just 2 nights a week have higher levels of depressive symptoms than those without sleep difficulties.
NSF recommends 7-9 hours of sleep a night for most adults. 50% of all adults who sleep less than that recommendation also experience mild or greater levels of depressive symptoms.
Over 90% of Americans who engage in high levels of healthy sleep behaviors like the NSF's Best Slept Self® framework have no significant depressive symptoms.
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