The World Sleep Association encourages individuals and organizations with public platforms to promote sleep health on World Sleep Day.
Rochester, Minnesota (PRWEB)
January 5, 2023
The World Sleep Association is making a global call to organize sleep health awareness activities on and around the next World Sleep Day, Friday 17 March 2023. Members of the World Sleep Society, sleep experts, and community health advocates in over 70 countries organize local, regional and national actions to promote sleep health. Will not you join!
Call to Action – Celebrate Healthy Sleep!
- Interview trusted sleep experts for World Sleep Day content
- Organize awareness activities in your community
- Write, create, and connect with a general audience about sleep health
Theme for 2023: Sleep is essential for good health
The theme for the upcoming World Sleep Day is ‘Sleep is essential for good health’. Like eating well and exercising, sleep is a foundational behavior for physical, mental and social health. Co-Chair of World Sleep Day 2023, Fang Han, M.D., Ph.D. As with other important health behaviors such as exercise, thinking about sleep and improving it when needed can help you feel better and stay fit. ”
Activity organizers can find support and resources at worldsleepday.org, the official World Sleep Day website. Activity submissions are now open and published freely online after review. Plan and submit your activities now!
Connect with a sleep expert
Members of the media, including those in non-English speaking markets, can contact the World Sleep Society to schedule interviews and discussions on sleep health with sleep experts. The World Sleep Association encourages individuals and organizations with public platforms to promote sleep health on World Sleep Day. “Our patients and people of all ages around the world can improve their overall health and well-being by prioritizing sleep and adopting strategies to improve sleep and circadian health. The more evidence-backed knowledge about sleep and circadian health our members, activity organizers, and media can share, the better the results,” said Phyllis C., president of the World Sleep Association. Zee, MD, PhD said.
The upcoming World Sleep Day will be the 17th annual call to action to celebrate sleep health. World Sleep Day is hosted by the World Sleep Society, an international community of sleep researchers and clinicians, and chaired by Dr. Lourdes DelRosso, University of California, San Francisco, Fresno, and Dr. Fang Han, Peking University People’s Hospital. Learn more about World Sleep Day and find additional resources at worldsleepday.org.
About the World Sleep Society
The World Sleep Society is a US registered non-profit organization with global members representing more than 80 countries. The mission of the World Sleep Society is to improve sleep health worldwide. The World Sleep Society fulfills this mission by encouraging and promoting sleep health education, research and patient care around the world, especially in underserved areas of sleep medicine. Learn more about the World Sleep Society program at worldsleepsociety.org.
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