About This Project
Sleep plays an integral role in health. A good night’s sleep empowers the body to recover and lets you wake up refreshed and ready to take on the day. Unfortunately, many people have sleep problems and don’t get the rest that they need. Insufficient sleep and poor quality sleep can be due to diverse factors including sleep disorders,  medical conditions, and mental health. Sleep issues affect people of all ages, and its impacts can be far-reaching.


Sleep Statistics





Women have a lifetime risk of insomnia that is as much as 40% higher than that of men.
More than 44% of workers in production-focused industries, such as factory workers and plant operators, report getting seven hours of sleep or less per night.
42.6% of single parents sleep less than seven hours per night compared to 32.7% of adults in two-parent homes and 31% of adults with no children.
Of major cities in the United States, Camden, New Jersey and Detroit, Michigan tie for the highest rate, with 49.8% of adults in those cities reporting short sleep.
Demographic Research
According to a WHO study, about 27% of the patients surveyed had difficulty sleeping. It affects women more than men because women are more sensitive to changes and prone to anxiety and depression. It affects patients of all ages, but an increased chance of insomnia comes with age.

There is no clear consensus on why insomnia is more common in women. Researchers believe that it may be due to a combination of elements, including sex and gender differences5 and independent factors.



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