The gender sleep gap: our new survey reveals why women can’t sleep - News Summed Up

The gender sleep gap: our new survey reveals why women can’t sleep


For one in every two women sitting around the breakfast table reading the newspaper this morning, the answer will be: badly. In a groundbreaking survey commissioned by The Sunday Times Style, our study of 1,162 women reveals that more than half (52%) of women rate their sleep quality as bad or very bad. About a third of people in developed nations are getting the eight hours recommended by the World Health Organisation. Yet we found that only 12% of women manage that amount, which suggests a worrying gender sleep gap. Many experts agree that women are sleeping consistently worse than men, yet few…


Source: The Times April 20, 2019 23:00 UTC



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