Actor Miles Brown has partnered with Sleep Number on its campaign to improve the sleep quality of children, according to The Huffington Post.
A 10-year-old might not be the first person you’d think is working to help kids sleep better, but Miles Brown, star of the TV show “Black-ish”, is doing just that.
Brown has partnered with Sleep Number for their #CommitToSleep campaign, which aims to reduce America’s sleep debt and improve children’s quality of sleep. The company conducted a national survey, which revealed that 69% of kids have sleep-related problems that may lead to issues in school, extracurricular activities and behavior.
As a working actor, Brown said that at one point his career started to take a toll on his rest, but he credits his Sleep Number bed with helping him get his sleep cycle back on track.
“A long time ago I wasn’t getting that good of sleep, and sometimes it could affect the way I am in the daytime,” Brown told The Huffington Post. “But now I get really good sleep, so that I can make it through the day.”
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