Samsung's Global Sleep Study Unveils Startling Insights Into Our Sleep Habits

Samsung’s Global Sleep Study Unveils Startling Insights Into Our Sleep Habits

Samsung's 2023 Global Sleep Health Insights Study Shows How Millions of Nights of Sleep Data Can Improve Our Slumber

Surprisingly, Americans have a lower sleep debt compared to others around the world. The gap stands at 42 minutes for North Americans, 43 minutes for individuals in the Middle East, and a considerable 47 minutes for Latin Americans.

These findings align with other studies, as noted by John Lopos, CEO of the National Sleep Foundation. According to him, the number of Americans getting between seven and nine hours of sleep, the recommended amount for most adults, worsened by 40 percent, especially in the wake of the pandemic.

So, what can be done to improve your sleep or increase its quality? The Samsung Health app, in conjunction with the Galaxy Watch, offers personalized messages developed in partnership with the National Sleep Foundation to assist you in transitioning from one animal type to another. This approach, illustrated by Demi Bagby’s transformation from a walrus to a lion, aims to tailor your sleep habits for the better.