A recent study by Casper-Gallup looked at the state of sleep among Americans. One notable result from this survey was the relationship between sleep and charitable activities.
Those who say their sleep was generally “excellent” or “very good” over the past 30 days were more likely to report having donated to charity, volunteered in their communities, and helped a stranger in need. Those who were getting less-quality sleep were less likely to report these activities.
Why This Matters
Sleep quality awakens the potential of positive community and economic impact. Those who experience excellent or very good sleep are 27% more likely to volunteer their time to an organization or charity.
Read the full study by Casper-Gallup to learn more on the state of sleep in America.