Festival of Sleep Day celebrates all types of sleep. It is a day for sleeping in, taking naps, or not even getting out of bed in the first place. After all, it is a festival, so it should be celebrated to the fullest. It likely happens when it does because the holidays have just ended, and people never seem to get enough sleep during them. This makes it an ideal time for catching up on sleep, especially because some students aren't even back in school yet, and some workers are still on vacation.
Sleep is just as important as diet and exercise for maintaining health. Among its many benefits, it allows the body to rest, recharge, and heal, and it helps with memory function. It should take a person about ten to fifteen minutes to fall asleep; those who take less than five minutes to snooze may be sleep deprived. Exercising can help those who have a hard time falling asleep, and it will improve their sleep quality as well
Celebrate the day by catching up on sleep! Sleep in, take a nap, or spend the whole day in bed!
Make sure you have a good sleeping environment: Wash your sheets and bedspreads and check to see the temperature in your room is ideal for sleeping. You could also buy some new pillows or pajamas to get comfy.