Struggle to go to sleep or hate the feeling of waking up groggy? We can relate. According to a study released in March 2020, Singaporeans sleep on average 6.7 hours on weekdays and 7.5 hours on weekends. The study also revealed that 49 per cent of the respondents are not satisfied with the quality of their sleep, and only 6 out of 10 understand what prevents them from getting a good night’s sleep. So how can you achieve better sleep?
Approaching a better sleep via your five senses – sight, smell, sound, touch and taste – can dramatically improve your sleep quality. Here are some tips.