Sleep and Mental Health statistics, prevention and recovery

Effective strategies for workplaces and insurers

We feel calmer and more balanced after a good night's sleep.

Sleep and mental health go hand in hand. The more stressed and anxious you feel, the harder it can be to sleep. The less sleep you get, the higher your risk of stress, anxiety and depression becomes. This is because sleep is essential for regulating emotions and maintaining the fine chemical balance within body and brain. Sleepfit understands that sleep is a core pillar of mental health.

Mental health prevention

Sleep deprivation is heavily associated with anxiety and depression and in most cases, precede a mental health crisis. For example, people with insomnia are more than three times as likely to develop an anxiety disorder. In the case of depression, sleep problems in one year are found to be predictive of the onset of depression the following year.

Mental health recovery

Poor sleep worsens the severity and consequence of mental health and hinders efforts to address mental illness. Studies have shown that by treating the sleep problem you can positively impact the level of mental illness.

Everyone sleeps. Everyone at some point in their life has trouble sleeping and knows how it effects their mood. Sleepfit work with both corporates and insurers to provide soft-entry into mental health programs through sleep. We also work to speed up recovery of mental health condition by creating a foundation of better sleep. Book your appointment to talk to us today about how we can amplify your mental health programs.