The 2013 International Bedroom Poll, compares sleep times, attitudes, habits and bedtime routines of those in the United States, Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Germany and Japan between the ages of 25 and 55 years old.
According to the National Sleep Foundation's 2010 Sleep in America poll, Asians are the most likely ethnic group to say that they had a good night's sleep at least a few nights or more a week. In addition, Asians are about half as likely to discuss their sleep issues with a healthcare professional, and are half as likely to report having been diagnosed with a sleep disorder.
The 2010 Sleep in America poll released today by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) reveals significant differences in the sleep habits and attitudes of Asians, Blacks/African-Americans, Hispanics and Whites. It is the first poll to examine sleep among these four ethnic groups.
There's no denying the benefits of a good night's sleep. We love waking up refreshed and ready for the day. According to a recent poll of 3,000 Brits, our friends across the pond agree. The poll, conducted by the British company Bachelors, found that a good night's sleep was voted the number one "greatest little pleasure in life," according to an article in the London Telegraph.