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American-made bedroom company, Puffy, has just released findings from a national sleep quality survey that reveals 61% of people are sleeping worse, 82% of people are sleeping later, and 70% of people report poor sleep is impacting mood.
Amidst the already severe health crisis of the Covid pandemic, experts fear what many are calling a ‘sleep crisis’ is placing immunity and mental health at even greater risk.
Puffy surveyed over 4,400 adults from all 50 American states to get deeper insights into the sleep patterns, stress factors, and behavioral changes experienced by individuals during working from home orders amid the Covid pandemic.As well as drastic declines in sleep duration across all demographics, sleep quality data indicates that people are experiencing significant sleep latency levels. Singles are the most at-risk group, with many respondents sighting loneliness and isolation as critical triggers for stress and low sleep quality.
Only 16% of singles reported sleep satisfaction; this number doubles among married respondents (32%). These insights indicate a strong correlation between sleeping alone, living alone, and poor mental health during Covid.
Singles are the largest group in America who report staying awake due to thoughts racing through the mind. 74% of singles who participated in the Puffy sleep quality survey report an inability to sleep due to late-night rumination and 71% of singles claim poor sleep negatively impacts mood.
The Puffy Sleep Quality Survey also finds that only 65% of singles prefer working from home, compared to a staggering 80% of married couples. A 2020 study by the Center for Integrative Psychiatry has found that couples who share a bed have increased and less disrupted rapid-eye-movement (REM) sleep compared to single sleepers.
The REM stage of sleep plays a vital role in helping individuals with a range of cognitive functions. Experts agree that improving REM sleep can have a significant impact on overall sleep quality and well-being.
“REM sleep helps to contribute to emotional regulation, learning, and memory. Deep sleep helps the brain to digest what was learned during the day as well as helping moods to be stable,” said Alaska Sleep Clinic expert at Jessica Hines.
Singles not only experience poorer sleep quality, they also report lower working from home productivity rates, with 46% of singles in the Sleep Quality Survey claiming they are less productive and 72% of married couples reporting they are more productive. Insights indicate that living in isolation can negatively impact energy, mood, sleep quality, and productivity when remote working.
The Sleep Quality Survey data released by Puffy confirms the comfort companies contention that sleep quality in America is plummeting at record rates and putting mental and physical well-being at risk.
The uncertainty of Covid, along with the isolation of global lockdowns, has illuminated just how dire sleep satisfaction is in America and how closely sleep is linked to mental and physical health.
“While we are struck by the degree of sleep dissatisfaction and quality across all demographics in the US, we can’t say we are surprised. In stressful situations getting quality sleep can be a difficult task.
There is no doubt that America is experiencing a sleep crisis that may have unprecedented consequences as more and more people transition to remote working. Employers must step in to help employees, especially those living in isolation, create work-life balance where sleep is a priority,” said Puffy CEO Arthur Andreasyan.
To view comprehensive insights into Puffy’s Sleep Quality Survey click here: https://puffy.com/pages/sleep-survey
Puffy Press Release first published on PRWeb.
Puffy is a mattress and bedroom company currently operating in the United States and Canada. Puffy is deeply rooted in its commitment to develop complete bedroom solutions to help people sleep better and live better. Famous for inventing mattresses that feel like sleeping on a cloud, Puffy aims to deliver luxurious world-class comfort to transform sleep experiences worldwide.