We spend up to one-third of our lives asleep, and the overall state of our sleep health remains an essential question to ask throughout our lifespan. The type of sleep we have is also a vital indicator of our general health and well-being outcomes.
Many people don’t realise the importance of sleep and how extensive sleep health actually is. Sleep health is based on measurable characteristics associated with the physical, mental, and the behaviours linked to the nervous system. It is a multidimensional pattern of sleep & wakefulness that is adapted to an individual, their social and environmental demands, all to promote physical and mental well-being.