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They call seven to eight hours “a good night’s sleep.” However, nearly half of respondents to a Mayo Clinic health survey say they get that amount of sleep half the time or less.
The Mayo Clinic National Health Check-Up is a survey that explores a variety of health perspectives and behaviors among American adults. The latest analysis, which was conducted in July, includes responses from 1,012 participants to a variety of health questions, including ones about sleep.
Among the results:
If you’re struggling to get at least seven hours of shut-eye every night, it might be because of what’s called your sleep hygiene. That’s the term doctors use for a series of habits that influence sleep.
In this Mayo Clinic Minute, Jeff Olsen talks with Dr. Eric Olson, a Mayo Clinic sleep specialist, about some simple ways to improve your sleep hygiene.
Journalists: Broadcast-quality video pkg (1:06) is in the downloads. Read the script .
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