Ah, sleep...Just thinking about it makes you, well, sleepy. But how does your sleep rate? Are you getting enough? If you live in the U.S., maybe not.
So who is sawing the most logs? We’ve got some stats that might have you tossing and turning.
According to a study by the National Sleep Foundation, teenagers (14-17) should get 8-10 hours of sleep per night, young adults (18-25) and adults (26-64) should get 7-9 hours and older adults (65+) should get 7-8 hours.
More on sleep:
A few include reducing your caffeine intake, keeping the same bedtime schedule, , taking a warm bath, and . Always make sure to cover your windows for darkness, keep your room temperature cool, and remove electrical devices away from your head as well.