Probably everyone can relate to following situation: The alarm clock rings in the morning and you actually want to stay in bed because you went to bed way too late again. Pressing the snooze button three times and then torturing yourself out of bed.
In the morning: "Today I'll go to bed earlier."
In the evening: “I still have so much to do for university.” / “The Netflix series is so exciting right now”.
And then a cycle arises from which it is difficult to get out again. Lack of sleep leads not only to concentration difficulties, loss of productivity and stress, but also to a lack of psychological well-being. And this, in turn, can affect the cardiovascular system and gastrointestinal tract. Therefore, a healthy and restful sleep is extremely important for regeneration and for everyday performance.
The results of the University Health Report 2021 show that a third of all respondents of TUK students rate their sleep quality as fairly poor to very poor. In addition, 38.9% report problems falling asleep and 39.0% difficulties in sleeping through the night - the latter is affecting more female than male students. For this reason, the annual Student Health Day will take place on this topic.
When? November 25th, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Where? Foyer 42
Program and registration
- Digital sleep radar for raising awareness of essential factors influencing sleep health and the ability to regenerate
- Pupillography to identify and prevent daytime sleepiness
- Short YOGA sequences to calm down
- Keynote speeches on sleep health
- Free vegetarian tasting portions, waffles, punch and coffee from Café TUK TUK
- An extensive and interactive poster exhibition on sleep health
- Competition with lots of cool prizes
Here you can find our program and registration
What to pay attention to?
- Admission is based on the 2G status (Intake)
- Medicine Mask during the entire stay
- max. 50 visitors at once