The sky is the limit for sleep in Sydney.
A new study has found that the city is the best place to sleep, but that it can be hard to keep up with all the activities around you.
The study, which was commissioned by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, looked at how many hours people were able to get to sleep per night on average during a 24-hour period.
It also compared people to what the average person is doing and found that a good nights sleep was linked to better physical performance.
“Sleep is a vital and critical component of a healthy lifestyle,” said study author Dr Lisa Macdonald, from the University of New South Wales.
“It is also a critical time for social adjustment, particularly when dealing with complex and complex relationships.”
These studies are a great example of the benefits of being active, especially if you are young and healthy.
“For those who are already active, the benefits are greater than the risks.”
The study looked at about 14,000 people aged 18 to 44 from the census of Australian residents.
“What we found was that people were getting more sleep, so that is good news for us,” Dr Macdonald said.
“People in the 18 to 24 year-old age bracket were sleeping about two hours less than those aged 55 and over.”
The good news is that people who are sleeping more and more and getting more restful sleep will improve their physical health.
“Sleep quality was also measured using a sleep quality questionnaire and the study found that people aged 25 to 54 were sleeping much more than their counterparts in other age groups.
Dr Macdonald also found that men were more likely to sleep more than women, with men sleeping about three hours more than females.”
This is in contrast to women who have longer sleep hours than men,” Dr MacDonald said.
Dr MacDonald also found women were sleeping longer and older than men.”
Dr MacDonald said the findings suggest that women who are active are more likely than men to have better sleep quality.””
The longer they sleep, the longer they need to sleep.”
Dr MacDonald said the findings suggest that women who are active are more likely than men to have better sleep quality.
“In particular, we found that women in the younger age bracket reported better sleep than men, and men who had had fewer sleep problems reported better than their non-sleep related colleagues,” Dr McKenzie said.
For the study, Dr MacDonald used data from the Australian National Sleep Survey (ANSAS), which is a nationally representative survey of Australians.
It’s the first time the ANSAS has been conducted in Sydney and Dr MacMacdonald said she was looking forward to comparing the results.
“If you look at the ANASS in relation to sleep in the general population, the results for Australians are similar,” Dr McLachlan said.