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Australians have the earliest bedtime than any other country around the world

Australians have the earliest bedtime than any other country around the world

Posted On - October 18, 2017

According to a new study of global sleep patterns, Australians have the earliest bedtime than any other country in the world. Australians were the first to head to bed at around 10:45pm, while the Spanish have the world’s latest bedtime. The Dutch get the most sleep and people in Singapore and Japan are the most sleep deprived.

According to the Times, Gender is a key determinant of how many hours of sleep any one person gets, with females logging a bit more than males. On average, Singapore men get 7.3 hours of sleep per night whereas women in the Netherlands gets an average of 8.4 hours of sleep per night.

Could it be that Australians have better mattresses and can’t wait to get into bed every day? Or could it be our 624 mattresses providing the ultimate comfort?

What time do you go to bed? Do you get enough hours of sleep every night?

Click on the below link to read our earlier blog to determine your sleeping hours.

https://624.com.au/many-hours-sleep-getting-per-day/