Sleep Awareness Week® March 8-14, 2020
The National Sleep Foundation launches its annual Sleep Awareness Week on March 8 -14, 2020. The annual event celebrates sleep health and encourages the public to prioritize sleep to improve their overall health and well-being.
This year’s campaign is being conducted on social media using hashtags #MySleepHealth, #SleepAwarenessWeek and #SAW2020.
Sleep Awareness Week 2020 News
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Today kicks off the first day of Sleep Awareness Week® (March 8-14). Maintaining your sleep health is an act of self-care.
Sleep Awareness Week tip: Have a consistent bedtime routine to help your body wind down and get ready to sleep.
#MySleepHealth #SleepAwarenessWeek #BedtimeRoutine #GoodSleepHabits
Waking up refreshed is a great feeling. After a good night’s sleep, what are you able to take on?
Sleep Awareness Week tip: Set your bedroom temperature between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit to promote for optimal sleep.
#MySleepHealth #SleepAwarenessWeek #SleepWell #WakeUpRefreshed
Journaling your sleep is a great way to understand what contributes to the quality of your sleep. What have you found that had a positive influence on your sleep?
Sleep Awareness Week tip: Expose yourself to sunlight in the morning and avoid bright light in the evening. This helps keep your circadian rhythm in check for better sleep.
#MySleepHealth #SleepAwarenessWeek #SleepJournaling #BulletJournal
National Sleep Foundation’s 2020 Sleep in America® Poll finds that Americans say they feel sleepy from not sleeping enough or not sleeping well. On average, women report feeling sleepy 3.4 days a week and men report feeling sleepy only 2.7 days. What do you think contributes to this difference?
Sleep Awareness Week tip: Use ear plugs or white noise machines to silence any distracting noises that can disturb your sleep.
In this age of #HustleCulture, it’s important to realize that going to bed late in order to fit in more things, like work, is not healthy. To really #HaveItAll, balance is important. Maintaining your sleep health helps achieve that.
Sleep Awareness Week tip: Your body needs time to shift into sleep mode, so spend the last hour before bed doing a calming activity such as reading.
#MySleepHealth #SleepAwarenessWeek #SleepLifeWorkBalance #GoodSleepHabits
National Sleep Foundation’s 2020 Sleep in America® poll finds that the majority of adults experiencing daytime sleepiness 5-7 days a week see their lack of energy negatively affecting their mood, desire to socialize, exercise and even think clearly. Take care of your sleep so that sleep can take care of you.
Sleep Awareness Week tip: For optimal sleep, use blackout curtains to block out light and keep your room dark.
#MySleepHealth #SelfCare #GoodSleepHabits
Your sleep environment is affected by many factors. The optimal room temperature for sleeping is between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit. What does YOUR ideal sleep-friendly bedroom look like to you?
Sleep Awareness Week tip: It’s during sleep that your muscles recover and repair themselves, so make sure you get enough sleep.
#SleepInAmerica #MySleepHealth #SleepEnvironment
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Sleep Awareness Week 2020 is supported by unrestricted grants from Eisai, Inc. and Fisher & Paykel Healthcare. NSF produces Sleep Awareness Week and all educational content independently with its sleep experts.