You wouldn’t believe how many people don’t get enough sleep; 64 million people are walking around tired.
It’s absolutely critical to one’s health and yet it can get downgraded so easily.
Fact is, most people, on average, want to get at least an hour more of sleep a night because they don’t feel as rested as they should.
That’s why we issued a call to arms with our Zeo Sleep Fitness Challenge.
You answered the call and did all the hard work.
We simply gave you the 7 Steps to Sleep Fitness to help you along.
Why 7 steps?
Because 7 steps are all you need; they’re simple things you can do in everyday life to improve your sleep. And they actually work.
Overall, the challenge participants (just under 1000!) followed the steps and were able to improve both the quality and quantity of their sleep.
We were so thrilled to hear this that we decided to issue another challenge, which started this week.
This one will focus on bedtime routine.
Specifically, what you should do, or shouldn’t do, close to bedtime.
More details about that here.
In the meantime, give yourselves a pat on the back, you deserve it.
You wanted to get better sleep and you took the steps to do so.
Rachel Reid won the bedroom makeover (she was randomly selected from the list of participants) but if you improved or even tried to improve your sleep, you’ve won too.