Helping you master the art of sleeping in

At LAZY we are  focused on helping people sleep better. Today a lot of people are focused on a healthy life but not having many ways or products to actually improve their sleep. We are a lifestyle brand that’s rooted in science. Traditionally, lifestyle brands have been focused on aesthetic and form over function. It can’t just be an aesthetic change. It has to be something that actually, really improves how people sleep.
if you have a sleeping disorder you are not alone...

Sleep Disorder Statistics:

 50-70 million US adults have a sleep disorder.
48.0% report snoring.
37.9% reported unintentionally falling asleep during the day at least once in the preceding month.
4.7% reported nodding off or falling asleep while driving at least once in the preceding month.
Drowsy driving is responsible for 1,550 fatalities and 40,000 nonfatal injuries annually in the United States.
Insomnia is the most common specific sleep disorder, with short term issues reported by about 30% of adults and chronic insomnia by 10%
25 Million U.S. adults have obstructive sleep apnea
9-21% of women have obstructive sleep apnea
24-31% of men have obstructive sleep apnea
3–5% of the overall proportion of obesity in adults could be attributable to short sleep.

 

Sleep Deprivation Statistics:

37% of 20-39 year-olds report short sleep duration.
40% of 40-59 year-olds report short sleep duration.
35.3% adults report <7 hours of sleep during a typical 24-hour period.
100,000 deaths occur each year in US hospitals due to medical errors and sleep deprivation have been shown to make a significant contribution.

 

Sleep Needs by Age Group:


Adult: 7 – 9 hours
Teenager: 8 – 10 hours
Child 6 – 12 years: 9- 12 hours
Child 3 – 5 years:  10 – 13 hours (including naps)
Child 1 – 2 years: 11 – 14 hours (including naps)
Infants 4 -12 months: 12 – 16 hours (including naps)

 

Sufficient and consistent sleep is an essential part of staying healthy and poor sleep can negatively affect a person's life in many ways. For Americans, getting enough sleep is one of the most important wellbeing activities for their personal lives. However, according to a Statista survey from 2017, approximately 35 percent of males and 39 percent of females reported getting far too little or rather too little sleep. A shortage of sleep is defined when sleep duration is shorter than 7 hours per workday. Short sleep duration is common among young people, despite the negative consequences with up to 73 percent of high school students sleeping less than 8 hours on an average school night. A recent survey from Statista also found that while 40 percent of males stated they do not have sleeping problems, such as trouble sleeping through the night or trouble falling asleep, only 27 percent of females stated they do not have such problems. The most commonly reported negative impacts of missing sleep included looking tired, being less productive, and feeling moody or irritable.