What Would You Be Willing To Give Up In Exchange for Perfect Sleep?

Is it just me, or does it feel like your quality of sleep has been declining ever since high school? And even if you can string together the time to get a decent night’s rest . . . you still have to actually sleep.

There’s a big new sleep survey out, and it seems like a lot of people are DESPERATE for some good quality Zs!

  • 18% said they’d give up their cell phone for one month in exchange for “perfect sleep.”
  • 38% say they’d give up eating out for one month.
  • 28% would give up seeing friends for one month.
  • 27% would give up TV and movies for a month.
  • 25% would give up music for one month.

So what’s keeping us up?

Aside from life . . . kids . . . pets . . . work . . . stress . . . all that pizza you just wolfed down . . . and occasional paranormal activity?

  • 41% said they’re up worrying about inflation.
  • 39% are up worrying about COVID-19.
  • 27% are up thinking about gun violence in America.
  • 22% can’t sleep because of climate change.
  • Another 22% are worried about the Russia / Ukraine war.

Here are some things you can do to IMPROVE your sleep:

  • A new mattress.  20% of people are using one that’s more than 10 years old.
  • Wash your sheets weekly.  21% of people say they only do it once a month.
  • Wash your pillows at least every three months.  19% say they never wash them.
  • Shut off your phone.  Avoid screens for at least 30 minutes before bed.
  • Listen to music.  39% say music can help them fall asleep.
  • Try a white noise machine.  15% say that helps.
  • Meditate.  19% of people swear by meditation, and it’s FREE.


(U.S. News & World Report)

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