A survey carried out by the Oxford Economics and National Centre for Social Research has found that gaining enough sleep is the key for living well. The study showed that income has little effect on how well people felt, with a mere 50% pay rise elevating the wellbeing rate by just half a percent!
For the average individual, an improvement in sleep is equivalent to a pay rise up to four times. The researchers asked over 8000 people about different areas of their lives including how situations affected them and how they behaved as a result. This is a continuous study and subjects will be interviewed every 6 months, enabling the researchers to track the effects of different lifestyles.
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