The World Sleep Society organizes World Sleep Day every year with the goal of increasing public awareness of the value of sleep as well as the management and prevention of sleep disorders.

One of the most typical indicators of inadequate sleep is feeling drowsy and exhausted during the day even though you get enough sleep at night.

Sleep is essential for preserving the best possible emotional and cognitive health. Consolidation of memories, learning, problem-solving, making decisions, and emotional control all depend on it.

An increased risk of chronic health issues like obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and stroke has been associated with inadequate sleep.