The 28-day sleep challenge, hosted by the 21st Medical Squadron, took place from Sept. 30 to Oct. 30 and illustrated several ways to improve sleep habits and how to get appropriate rest.
“It teaches Airmen the basics of sleep hygiene and gives them tools to improve their sleep on their own,” said Carol Carr, 21st Medical Squadron Health Promotion coordinator. “Sleep is an ongoing issue in society and the Air Force. Poor sleep leads to poor health and performance. The goal of this sleep challenge is to take the time to stop and focus on sleep so one can create healthy sleep habits.”