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Getting good sleep isn’t just important for your energy levels—it is critical for your overall health. Most adults need at least seven hours of sleep each night. However, more than one in three American adults say they don’t get the recommended amount of sleep. While this may be fine for a day or two, not getting enough sleep over time can lead to serious health problems—and make certain health problems worse.
Want to work on your sleep habits? Our Sleep Guide can help. Pick a sleep profile, get customized tips and see all your sleep data in one place. Use it to track your bedtime routine and nightly sleep, and be on your way to sleeping better.
Log in to your My Health Rewards account, go to the Benefitspage and choose the Sleep Guide to get started.
Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (Sleep and Sleep Disorders)