Zepp Health Report 2021 International Sleep White Paper

Live an active life for better sleep, less stress and overall health management

CUPERTINO, California USA, March 18, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Smart clothing company Zepp Health has announced its 2021 International Sleep White Paper. With data captured by Amazfit and Zepp smart wearables, the report contains key findings related to the quality and sleep duration of more than 26 million users worldwide, to help users better understand the relationship between health and sleep. Data collection is done with a data confidentiality process to ensure the confidentiality of personal information.

Highlighted results:

  • Global sleep time has fallen compared to 2020.

  • Android users Belgium slept the longest at 7.5 hours.

  • An active lifestyle leads to better sleep.

  • The body is able to maintain optimal performance with an average of 7 to 8 hours of sleep.

  • Approximately 16.3% of the world’s population sleep daily.

According to research conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health, a good night’s sleep is the key to good health. People who get too little sleep are at higher risk of obesity and heart disease than those who get an average of eight hours of sleep a night. Zepp Health’s 2021 International Sleep White Paper examines key data including sleep patterns, BMI, Resting Heart Rate (RHR), and counts steps to provide users with more general sleep information. energy for better health management.

On average, users worldwide reported 59 days in which they slept less than 7 hours in 2021.

The global average sleep time has fallen compared to 2020, rising to 7h09mins in 2021, with women consuming longer hours of sleep than their male counterparts. Worldwide, users by Belgium get the longest sleep duration of 7.5 hours per night, follow the Republic of Ireland and the Netherlands. For example, users from Indonesia got a minimum sleep, with an average sleep length of 6h36mins, accordingly Japan and Malaysia.

Sleep refers to getting less than the required amount of sleep for the body to maintain normal functioning. Studies show that adults need at least seven hours of sleep a night, while children and teens need more night’s sleep – from eight to 10 hours. Inadequate sleep has also been shown to lead to health problems such as heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and mental illness.

The new findings, published in the Journal of Sleep Research, show that the widespread concern around the COVID-19 epidemic has been beneficial for insomnia and insufficient sleep. In 2021, sleep has increased worldwide. Elderly users worldwide reported an average of almost 60 days of sleep throughout 2021, with male users reporting higher numbers compared to their female partners.

A sedentary lifestyle leads to better sleep, lower heart rate and healthier BMI

The annual Zepp Health report shows that users walking 12,000 to 20,000 steps a day can achieve better sleep and a healthier heart rate of 62. Exercise Aerobic energy is beneficial for people who are asleep. Therefore, users are encouraged to exercise regularly and maintain a healthy lifestyle to get longer sleep.

The report also states that getting enough sleep can affect overall body function, sleep well, and reduce stress. BMI is an inexpensive and easy way to diagnose a healthy person; The Zepp Health annual report shows that with seven to eight hours of sleep, the body is generally able to maintain a healthy BMI score, as well as better sleep.

Android users Vietnam, China and Spain enjoys resting with sleep

Harvard cov Health Publishing suggests that sleep can improve cognitive function through physical and mental therapy. In 2021, 16.3% of the global sample will fall asleep daily, with an average of 51 minutes of sleep per person. Globally, 33.8% of users are Android Vietnam managed to fall asleep during the day, followed by 31.4% of Android users China and 25.5% of Android users Spain. Inside Spain, sleep has become an integral part of daily activities, and it has been proven to help reduce the risk of dying from heart disease. Despite getting enough sleep at night, people still recommend taking a nap to keep the body healthy every day.

Zepp Health’s vision is to create smart products that promote a healthy lifestyle. The company’s high sleep monitoring system accurately tracks users ’sleep levels and monitors their sleep patterns for proper breathing. Through a combination of quality health measures, Zepp Health smart devices provide both the detail of users’ good sleep with detailed information for improving their quality of life. sleep therapy. For full information, please visit https://api.huami.com/t/SleepWhitePaperEN.

About Zepp Health Corporation (NYSE: ZEPP)

Zepp Health, the world of smart clothing and health technology, encourages users to have the best healthy life by keeping their bodies healthy. and health from its consumer customers, Amazfit and Zepp.

Developed by its owner, the Zepp Health Digital Healthcare Management Platform, which includes Zepp OS, AI Chips, biometric sensors, and data algorithms, Zepp Health provides cloud-based 24/7 insights. and guidance to help users achieve their health goals.

The company has also applied its AI expertise to the medical imaging technologies and delivered big data and analytics capabilities to support medical and diagnostic services.

To date, Zepp Health has shipped more than 200 million units and its products are available in 90+ countries. Founded in 2013 as Huami Corp., the company became Zepp Health Inside February 2021. Zepp Health has 1,300 members, including offices nationwide North America, EMEA and APAC regions. For more information, visit www.zepphealth.com

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