Mumbai’s sleep is getting reduced by the day, and its negative effect can be seen on the city’s people’s health and the capability to work. Out of every three people in Mumbai, one is suffering from the problem of insomnia. 61 percent of the people take naps in offices or feel sleepy and tired. In 2022, such people were 53 percent, with 8 percent increase in a year. These facts have been revealed with the latest study of The Great Indian Sleep Scorecard (GISS).
As per this study, people’s sleep is getting affected by the excessive habit of electronic devices, office-work pressure, and many other factors. 29 percent of the people in Mumbai are waking up between 7 and 8 AM in the morning, and a hike of 34 percent has been recorded among people who do not feel fresh when waking up in the morning. Around 49 percent of the people feel extremely tired when they get up in the morning.
As per the GISS study, 43 percent of the people in Mumbai signal towards the fact that the environment of their bedrooms affect their sleep. Another reason is the sleeping pattern of Mumbai’s people. Around 37 percent people change their beds again and again for sleeping at night. The Great Indian Sleep Scorecard survey was carried out from March 2022 to February 2023, with a total of 10 thousand participants.