The Discrepancy between Knowledge of Sleep Recommendations and the Actual Sleep Behaviour of Australian Adults.

@article{Gupta2021TheDB,
  title={The Discrepancy between Knowledge of Sleep Recommendations and the Actual Sleep Behaviour of Australian Adults.},
  author={C. Gupta and M. Duncan and S. Ferguson and A. Rebar and M. Sprajcer and S. Khalesi and Lauren A Booker and H. Binks and G. Vincent},
  journal={Behavioral sleep medicine},
  year={2021},
  pages={
          1-12
        }
}
Introduction: Inadequate sleep is a major public health concern, with large economic, health, and operational costs to Australia. Despite the implementation of public sleep health campaigns, approximately 40% of Australian adults do not obtain the recommended 7-9 hours of sleep. Thus, while people may know how much sleep is required, this knowledge may not be adequately translated to actual sleep behavior. Consequently, this study aims to examine the discrepancy between knowledge of sleep… Expand