Sleep study revealed one in three adults suffer from insomnia
As many as 16 million UK adults* are suffering from sleepless nights as a third (31%) say they have insomnia.
· Two thirds (67%) of UK adults suffer from disrupted sleep and nearly a quarter (23%) manage no more than five hours a night.
· Half (48%) of UK adults admit they don’t get the right amount of sleep, with women more likely to agree (54%) than men (41%).
· Cardiff (37%) and Sheffield (36%) worst affected by insomnia.
· Improving sleep is biggest health ambition for a quarter (26%) of UK adults but half (51%) don’t take any measures to help them sleep.
· More than one in ten take sleeping tablets (13%) or drink alcohol (13%) to aid sleep.
As many as 16 million UK adults* are suffering from sleepless nights as a third (31%) say they have insomnia, initial findings from Aviva’s upcoming Wellbeing Report reveal. Almost half (48%) agree they don’t get the right amount of sleep
Taken from a report from Aviva Insurance sleep survey report
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