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Older Australians the deepest sleepers

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A recent survey of the nation’s sleeping habits found older Australians were getting the best shut-eye, with 45 per cent of respondents aged 65-plus saying they had a good night’s sleep every night.

The national survey conducted by retailer Healthy Life found one in four (25 per cent) Australians couldn’t remember the last time they had a good night’s sleep.

Millennials (aged 25-34) rated highest (32 per cent), while the majority (39 per cent) of young adults (aged 18-24) said they averaged a good’s night rest just once a week.

It also found 28 per cent of women admitted they couldn’t recall the last time they had a good night’s rest, compared to 20 per cent of male respondents.

With more than six million Australians unable to recall their last night of solid sleep, Healthy Life has released a sleep guide to help more people master the art of sleeping and reap the benefits of a well-rested mind and body.

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Source:
Unknown AUthor, 2018, National Seniors Australia (https://nationalseniors.com.au/)

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