Improve the quantity and quality of your sleep
60% of adults report difficulty sleeping 3 nights a week or more.
More than 70% of adults sleep with their phones next to their bed.
Over 60% of adults fall asleep with the TV on.
Caffeine within 6 hours before bed can reduce sleep by 1 hour.
Sleep plays a key role in your overall health and well-being. Sleep affects mental and physical health, quality of life, and safety. Your brain heals and clears toxins while you sleep, and a good night’s sleep improves retention and learning for children and adults.
“The best way to see what tomorrow brings is to sleep through the night.” Anonymous
Making a choice to Sleep Well is a conscious choice that has helped many people improve the quantity and quality of their sleep. Better sleep is attainable with some adjustments to your sleep environment, eating and drinking habits, bedtime preparation, and sleep routine.
With the Sleep Well Exhibit & Challenge you will work towards getting the quantity of sleep based on your age and improve the quality of your sleep by:
Creating an environment that promotes restful sleep.
Consuming foods and drinks that promote sleep and avoid foods and drinks that disrupt sleep.
Preparing your body and mind for bedtime.
Establishing a sleep routine.
“The future is shaped by your dreams, so stop wasting time and go to sleep.” Anonymous
1. Click here to access and print the "Passport" as a guide to your Virtual Exhibit.
2. Click here for the Sleep Well Virtual Exhibit and learn how to increase the quantity and quality of your sleep.
1. Click here to access and print the 4-week Sleep Well Challenge.
2. Record the days you incorporated strategies to improve your sleep on the Sleep Well Challenge Sheet.
1. Click here to view articles, videos, tools, and inspiration to succeed in the Sleep Well Challenge.
2. Access these support resources on the employee well-being portal.