How Are You Sleeping?

Do you try any of the following techniques to help you sleep better?

Select your answer to see how you compare to the rest of New Zealanders

Did you know...

43%

of New Zealanders have a regular sleep schedule and routine

34%

of New Zealanders avoid bright lights/use blackout curtains

30%

of New Zealanders cut down on caffeine before bed

29%

of New Zealanders avoid noise and distractions before bed

26%

of New Zealanders avoid watching TV/using devices before bed

23%

of New Zealanders enjoy a cup of herbal tea/sleep tea before bed

19%

of New Zealanders sleep in a temperature controlled room

14%

of New Zealanders sleep consume sleeping pills or medication

13%

of New Zealanders cut down on alcohol

9%

of New Zealanders use aromatherapy/soothing scents

8%

of New Zealanders declutter their room

7%

of New Zealanders use a sleep app

3%

of New Zealanders decorate their room with peaceful colors

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Do you have a consistent bedtime routine?

Great, this definitely helps with sleep!

Sleep fact:

51%

of the population have a consistent bedtime routine

Work and family life can be demanding on our time

Sleep fact:

34%

of the population have trouble with work/life balance, unfortunately causing sleep problems

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Sleep fact:

15%

of the population don't have a consistent bedtime routine

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On average, how many hours of sleep do you get per night?

4 hours or less
 
5-6 hours
 
7-8 hours
 
9 hours or more
 

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How Important is Sleep to You?

Dark blue colour code panel Extremely important to get a good night’s sleep every night
Mid blue colour code panel I try my best to get a good night’s sleep, but there are other things that are more important in life
Light blue colour code panel I don’t really think about how much sleep I get

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How Do You Feel About Going to Sleep?

Dark blue colour code panel It's necessary to recharge/restore
Mid blue colour code panel It’s my favourite part of the day/my only chance for peace and quiet
Light blue colour code panel It’s necessary but I find it difficult to fall/stay asleep
Light blue colour code panel I don’t see it as a priority, I would rather do other things
Light blue colour code panel I don’t think about it

Graph of a man and a woman showing how people feel about sleep

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Which of the Following Things Affect the Quality of your Sleep?

Vertical Graph showing which things affect sleep
Uncomfortable conditions e.g. too hot, too cold
 
Stress at work
 
Disturbances by others e.g. children, partner, pets
 
Outside noise
 
Stress at home
 
Lack of exercise
 
Uncomfortable bed
 
Consuming caffeine too late in the day/night
 
Juggling a family life
 
Drinking alcohol to late at night
 
Other reason
 
None of the above
 

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How do you find getting out of bed in mornings?

Dark blue colour code panel Very difficult
Mid blue colour code panel Quite difficult
Light blue colour code panel Sometimes difficult/ sometimes easy
Light blue colour code panel Quite easy
Light blue colour code panel Very easy

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Do you ever feel tired during the day due to lack of sleep?

Never
 
Rarely
 
Sometimes
 
Often
 
Always
 

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does your sleep routine tend to change in the weekend?

Dark blue colour code panel Yes, I sleep a little more to catch up on missed sleep during the week
Mid blue colour code panel Yes, I sleep a little less, going to bed later or getting up earlier to do things
Light blue colour code panel No, I usually sleep the same as on weekdays

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* The Sealy Survey was conducted by Colmar Brunton on a nationally representative sample size of 600 people and has a margin of error of +/- 4%.

 

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