19 facts you probably didn’t know about sleep

We all know sleep is important and is essential to be at optimal performance and for our overall health and wellbeing. But did you know sleep is a way more interesting topic than something we should do on a daily basis. Check out the infographic below on 19 interesting facts you probably didn’t know about sleep.

Tweetables & key takeaways

  • The average person spends 649,401 hours sleeping during his/her lifetime – TWEET THIS
  • Somniphobia is the fear of sleep – TWEET THIS
  • 20% of pilots have admitted to making a serious mistake due to sleepiness – TWEET THIS
  • There are 100,000 auto crashes caused by drowsy drivers annually – TWEET THIS
  • If you are snoring you are not dreaming – TWEET THIS
Things you didnt know about sleep infographic

Things you didn’t know about sleep infographic

 

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