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A week of happy sleep

It always falls on 10 March - 16 March every year.

This day he founded the National Commission for Sleep. It explains to people why sleep is important, how good sleep can improve health and what are the right sleep habits. Adults need 7 to 9 hours of sleep. If it is less it can have serious consequences for human health. According to studies, people sleeping 6 hours or less are more likely to fall asleep than those who sleep 7 to 9 hours.

Insomnia disorders, narcolepsy, sleep apnea can change the way people react and live throughout their lives.

Poor sleep is associated with weight gain, reduces concentration and productivity, increases the risk of heart disease and blood vessels. It is also associated with depression and can affect emotional and social interactions.

The aim of this day is to emphasize the importance of good sleep and to educate people how to improve sleep patterns. It's an opportunity to stop and think about your sleep habits, to realize how much they affect your well-being and make a step for improvement. Seminars are organized, information promotional leaflets on sleep assessment and a variety of other events are distributed.

On this day, you can find out if you have trouble sleeping and keep the right sleep habits. The weekly campaign provides information on the benefits of optimal sleep and also how it affects health, well-being and safety.

A couple of tips for good sleep:

At least one hour before sleep, turn off all electronics (laptops, tablets, mobiles). You can read before bed, but you need to choose a book appropriately. Do not eat before bedtime, if you are hungry, just a small light snack. Do not sleep hungry. At least 8 hours before sleep, reduce caffeine intake. Go to sleep each day at the same time. You can try a sleep mask if you seem to be too light in the room.

Sleep is the stage of the organism in which the brain activity changes, accompanied by a loss of consciousness. Sensitivity to external stimuli is also reduced, muscle relaxation, decreased body temperature, slowing breathing, and reduced blood pressure. This is a state of reduced mental and motor activity. Dreams also look like. During sleep, the sections are where the brain works intensely.

The color for awareness of sleep disorders is black.