#89 | Results from 28th April
Here are the results from yesterday’s Mobilise Moments poll.
Yesterday we asked: What time do you normally go to sleep?
In MM #83 we looked at the time we normally wake up and yesterday we turned our question over to the opposite side of the equation, bedtime.
The majority of the UK rises between 6am and 8am, which if we are getting the recommended eight hours (or between seven and nine hours technically) of sleep a night means the majority of us need to go to sleep between 10pm and midnight. This bedtime falls true with our data. But as MM #83 showed - our community is a bunch of early risers. 36% of us wake before 6am.
The results from yesterday show that just over a quarter of us get to sleep after midnight!
If like many of us, you struggle to get a good nights' sleep take a look at our article on top tips for a good nights sleep and also this video created with BANES Carer Centre.
Get support in your caring role, contact your local carer centre. Find out who is closest using this nifty tool from the Carers Trust.
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