China News Service, Beijing, March 18 (Wu Danfeng) On the eve of World Sleep Day on March 21, a new survey showed that people who earn more, sleep less.

In addition, the more people who love to exercise, the less insomnia. At present, more than 300 million people in China have sleep disorders, and the proportion of people who exercise insomnia is only 10%.

  The "2021 Exercise and Sleep White Paper" jointly released in Beijing on the 18th by the China Sleep Research Association and Mousse Bedding, etc. shows that "income and sleep are difficult to achieve". People who earn more tend to sleep less.

People with a monthly income of 3,000 yuan (RMB, the same below) sleep on average 8.19 hours a day, while those with a monthly income of 25,001 to 30,000 yuan sleep only 7.73 hours a day.

Attorneys, business executives, and doctors, the three professional groups "stay up the latest night and move the heaviest bricks", often sleep late because of overtime work.

  The white paper shows that the average sleep score of Chinese entrepreneurs is only 64.93, 73% of Chinese entrepreneurs have experienced insomnia; most of the middle-class groups are in a state of unhealthy sleep; 56% of Internet users say they have sleep problems, and work pressure is an influence The primary factor of sleep quality; 90% of young people are inseparable from electronic products before going to bed, and "not enough sleep, unable to get up" and "sleeping but still tired" account for as much as 91%.

  Guo Xiheng, chairman of the Sleep Respiratory Committee of the Chinese Sleep Research Association, said that previous surveys showed that about 38% of Chinese adults suffer from insomnia; according to the World Health Organization, 27% of people in the world have sleep quality. problem.

The proportion of sleep disorders in China is 10% higher than the world average.

According to this white paper survey, more than 300 million people in China have sleep disorders, and the proportion of sports people who often suffer from insomnia is only 10%.

This means that the insomnia rate of the general population is nearly 4 times higher than that of the sports population.

  In terms of provinces, Guangdong Province has the highest proportion of people exercising, and the proportion of people in Guangdong who sleep 7 to 8 hours ranks first in all provinces.

Jilin Province has the highest proportion of people who exercise every day, and is also a province with a low rate of insomnia, which is only slightly higher than the proportion of insomnia in Shanghai and Zhejiang.

Jilin, Shandong, Liaoning, and Heilongjiang slept the earliest, and Xinjiang, where the sunset was the latest, was the place to sleep the latest, with an average of 0:09 AM.

  After analyzing the data in the white paper, it is found that choosing the correct frequency, duration and method of exercise also has varying degrees of impact on sleep.

Those who insist on exercising for more than half an hour a day, especially those who get up early, choose swimming, basketball, volleyball, football and other exercises that mobilize the muscles of the whole body, and those who exercise regular exercise are more likely to get good quality sleep.

  Guo Xiheng added that the best sleep time for adults is 7 to 8 hours.

The high sleep regulation ability of young people tends to cover up their sleep problems, which in turn leads to diseases.

He encouraged young people to put down their mobile phones and strengthen exercise to improve sleep.

  The white paper survey sample covers 31 provinces, municipalities, autonomous regions and Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan regions in the Mainland, and the effective sample of the survey is 13,854.