You’re awake, but are you aware? PART 2

Who needs sleep, anyway? You do, of course. Exactly how much sleep you need depends on a lot of factors, including your age. Unfortunately, it’s all too common in today’s fast-paced, high-pressure world for many of us to be unable to get the sleep we need, and that can impact your health.
Check out these facts about insomnia:
Insomnia facts infographic.
Who has sleep problems?
Of 1,000 people surveyed in 2007, all 18 years and older, almost 2/3 of them reported experiencing problems sleeping at least a few nights a week.
Who has insomnia?
According to a 2004 National Sleep Foundation poll of 1,506 adults 18 years and older
Over half of men experience a symptom of insomnia at least a few nights a week.
Over half of women experience a symptom of insomnia at least a few nights a week.
How much sleep do adults need?
Research suggests adults 18 years and older need about 7–8 hours of sleep a night
How many adults in America have symptoms consistent with the diagnosis of insomnia?
Sources: National Sleep Foundation and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.
Who has sleep problems?
Of 1,000 people surveyed in 2007, all 18 years and older, almost 2/3 of them reported experiencing problems sleeping at least a few nights a week.
Who has insomnia?
According to a 2004 National Sleep Foundation poll of 1,506 adults 18 years and older
Over half of men experience a symptom of insomnia at least a few nights a week.
Over half of women experience a symptom of insomnia at least a few nights a week.
How much sleep do adults need?
Research suggests adults 18 years and older need about 7–8 hours of sleep a night
How many adults in America have symptoms consistent with the diagnosis of insomnia?
Sources: National Sleep Foundation and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.

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