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06/04/2023 - Study on insomnia in 2022

Syres - Study on insomnia in 2022

Syres carried out numerous tests in 2022 with its consumers.
Sleep, stress and anxiety were particularly present topics in the comments of more than 5500 panelists.

Sleeping troubles :

19% of the population questioned declared to us that they had no sleep problems, only 17% of women declared that they had no problem compared to 30% of men.
The population over 65 has fewer problems, unlike the 30-45 years old who are particularly affected (84% of them).
Men and women with sleep problems are 53% to say that they have existed for more than two years.

50% of the male population report nocturnal awakenings at 38%, 47% poor quality of sleep and XNUMX% have difficulty sleeping due to stress and anxiety.
For women, 63% say they have nocturnal awakenings and 57% point to stress and anxiety, 44% note poor quality of sleep.
54% of people suffering from these disorders take at least one product to combat these sleep problems (herbal tea, food supplements, melatonin, sleeping pills, etc.).
The population indicating that they use a product cites herbal tea in the majority, 36% of the people concerned (38% of women and 23% of men).
14% of consumers take melatonin-based products, 10% dietary supplements and an equivalent percentage take sleeping pills or another drug-bought treatment.
It can be noted that among the treatments taken by people with sleep problems for more than 2 years, sleeping pills and other pharmacy treatments are the most cited.
Herbal tea is particularly used by the youngest, while melatonin and food supplements are used more by people in their forties. Elders, on the other hand, tend to use pharmacy treatment.

Stress and anxiety :

63% of the surveyed population is subject to stress. Women are more likely to cite stress than men (65% versus 49%).
Young people are particularly affected : 74% of 18-39 year olds say they are subject to stress.

49% of the total population is prone to anxiety (51% in women versus 37% in men).
This percentage rises to 53% among 25-29 year olds and 35-44 year olds.

35% of respondents are prone to both stress and anxiety.

Lifestyle :

86% of the population say they have a healthy lifestyle.
Age groups under 25 and that people over 60 say they have a healthy lifestyle at more than 90%, while people in their forties are less optimistic on this subject.
Men are slightly more likely to indicate a healthy lifestyle, 88,4% against 86,1% for women.

Athletes (all sexes combined) are more likely to consider having a healthy lifestyle (93% compared to 86% for the general population).

People who believe they have a poor lifestyle more often have sleep disorders.
Not surprisingly, 59% of men reporting unhealthy lifestyles complain of poor sleep quality as well as stress and anxiety.
Among women, these figures rise to 62% for poor sleep quality and 71% for stress and anxiety.

The positive influence of sport and a healthy lifestyle on sleep disorders is therefore confirmed.. This influence increases with age, particularly in women.

In conclusion,
86% of the population believe they have a healthy lifestyle.
However, 81% of consumers surveyed across France indicate sleep problems, 63% stress and 49% anxiety.
The most affected age groups remain the 30-45 year olds for sleep problems.
For stress and anxiety, young people are the most concerned.
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