Take a breath of fresh air by knowing how many hours of sleep the World Health Organization recommends per day

The World Health Organizationresponsible for prevention and health promotion throughout the planet, takes the issue of sleep extremely seriously.

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How many hours per day does the World Health Organization recommend sleeping?

It’s extremely important sleep the hours necessary to find a balance in the body.

Stress, a sedentary lifestyle and poor diet are the main factors that cause people to not sleep well.

And despite all these setbacks, the World Health Organization recommends at least sleep 6 hours a day.

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Recommendations from the World Health Organization for better sleep

  • You should try to go to bed and get up at the same times every day.
  • Choosing a place for sleep that is relaxing, quiet, dark and has a pleasant temperature.
  • Physical activity during the day helps people to sleep at night.
  • Before going to bed, avoid heavy meals, caffeine and alcohol.
  • Avoid spending as much time in front of cell phone or television screens as possible.

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