World Sleep Day 2023 only 55 percent Indians getting quality sleep less than 6 hours local circles survey report

World Sleep Day 2023 is being celebrated this time on March 17 i.e. today. Getting good sleep is considered very important for maintaining health. Even doctors say that no matter how strong a person is physically, if he is not able to sleep well then he cannot be called healthy. Doctors believe that a healthy person must have at least 8 hours of sleep. On the occasion of World Sleep Day, we are going to tell you how is the quality of sleep of Indians.

world sleep day 2023 On the occasion of World Sleep Day 2023, a survey report has been issued by Local Circles. In which it has been said that 55% of Indians are able to get less than 6 hours of good sleep daily. At the same time, 28 percent people say that after the corona epidemic, the quality of their sleep has deteriorated, that is, they are no longer able to get deep, restful sleep.


The survey states that 21% of Indians are only able to get less than 4 hours of good sleep at night. Compared to last year, this time the number of people getting less than 6 hours of sleep has increased by 10 percent. At the same time, there is also a worrying figure that only 2% of people are able to get 8 to 10 hours of good quality sleep at night. The percentage of people who get 6 to 8 hours of sleep is 43. While the number of people who get 4 to 6 hours of sleep is only 34%.

Out of 309 districts of the country, 39 thousand people have been included in the survey. In which the number of men who answered is 64% and the number of women is 39%. Of these, 43% were from Tier 1 districts while 35% were from Tier 2 districts. While 22% people were included from Tier 3 and Tier 4 districts. World Sleep Day is celebrated every year as an effort to improve the quality of sleep of the people so that people can be aware of getting good sleep and stay healthy.

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