An analysis of data conducted at the University of Surrey in England revealed a link between a person’s overall affluence and their quality of sleep. There are a number of factors involved, including the subject’s occupation and family life, at play.
“Given the links between sleep, social and economic circumstances and poor health found in this and other surveys, health promotion campaigns should be open to the possibility that the … sleep problems among the disadvantaged in society may be one factor leading to their poorer health,” said Sarah Arber, a professor at the university.
The study also showed that those who on average slept under six hours a night reported higher levels of dissatisfaction with their jobs.
Those who are looking for a better night’s sleep may want to consider taking dietary supplements, like those offered by Dr. Newton’s Naturals.