Skærm søvnen

At du og dine medarbejdere har det godt – derhjemme og på arbejdspladsen – er betinget af en ordentlig søvn. Mange danskere oplever at lide af søvnproblemer, og en af årsagerne hertil kan være brugen af mobiler omkring sengetid eller om natten. Faktisk bruger hver femte dansker mobilen om natten, og det går ud over deres mentale overskud. Få gode råd til, hvordan du hjælper dine medarbejdere til at skærme søvnen og sove bedre.

Kom godt i gang

Her finder du alt, hvad du og dine medarbejdere behøver for at skærme søvnen og sikre jeres mentale overskud.

Værktøjerne består af:

  • Introduktionsfilm
  • 5 gode råd til at skærme søvnen
  • E-folder
  • Skærm soveværelset – en 21-dags udfordring

  • Hent værktøjerne (zip-fil)

    Få viden og værktøjer til at skærme søvnen

    Podcast: Når skærmen påvirker dit helbred

    Hør podcasten "Det digitale arbejdsliv", hvor professor Naja Hulvej Rod fortæller om konsekvenserne ved overdreven brug af mobilen - og giver råd til at få en bedre balance.

    Hør podcast

     

    18 % angiver at have tjekket mobilen hver nat, næsten
    hver nat eller et par gange om ugen inden for de
    sidste tre måneder. Derudover bruger 55% mobilen eller
    deres tablet umiddelbart inden, de sover.

    Kilde: SmartSleep undersøgelse udarbejdet af Københavns Universitet (2018)

     

    72 % af danskerne bruger mobilen som vækkeur – og heraf tjekker 22 % mobilen om natten.

    Kilde: SmartSleep undersøgelse udarbejdet af Københavns Universitet (2018)

    Vil du også have inspiration til at skærme arbejdstiden?

    Kom i gang

    Materials in English

    Get knowledge and tools to balance your screen time at night

    • 1. Understand sleep patterns 

      Insufficient or interrupted sleep over a prolonged period of time has a negative effect on your employees’ mood, responsiveness, concentration, performance, memory and their ability to make decisions. This potentially affects both the employees’ well-being and your company’s productivity. It is important to balance your screen time at night in order to sleep well.

      How are sleep quality and smartphones connected?

      In the video below, we explain how using digital devices affects your sleep quality. You can download the video and share it with your employees. Just play the video and click on the button in the top right-hand corner to share the message that screens should be banned from the bedroom for a healthy sleep pattern.

       

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      Do you and your employees want to know more?

      If you want to learn more about how your smartphone affects your sleep, listen to the podcast "Den gode søvn” (“The good sleep”)(in Danish). Here, Naja Hulvej Rod, professor at the University of Copenhagen, explains about the potential consequences of using your smartphone at night, for example as an alarm clock, to check e-mails or to scroll through your social feed once more. The podcast also explains the long-term health consequences of poor or interrupted sleep patterns. You and your employees can listen to the podcast here or find it in your usual podcast app – just search for ‘Sunde Stemmer’.

      You and your employees can also find more knowledge and inspiration in this e-folder. Share the e-folder with your employees by sending them a link, for example by e-mail, or by printing it and handing it out.

    • 2. Find your healthy sleep pattern

      Here are five tips that you and your employees can use to balance your screen time at night. You can also download the five tips here to share them with your employees by e-mail, for example, or print them and hand them out.

      Download them here

    • 3. Healthy sleep challenge

      If you want to give your employees the opportunity to work on balancing their screen time at night, invite them to challenge themselves to ban their smartphones from the bedroom. Taking your smartphone with you into the bedroom increases the risk of poor sleep quality*.

      As it takes 21 days to change a habit, give your employees 21 days to get used to using another alarm clock instead of their smartphone. Download the challenge here and share it with your employees using your company’s usual communications channel, such as e-mail or intranet.

      Source: SmartSleep study conducted by the University of Copenhagen (2018)