According to Yibada, recent scientific findings show that around 38.2% of the adult population in China suffers with the sleep disorder insomnia.

In a China Sleep Research Society study, results showed that the sleep duration of Chinese adults has significantly dropped at an annual rate of 0.71 minutes since 1900. This implies that since over a century ago, a Chinese adult sleep time has decreased by an average of 1.5 hours.

The study, which was released days prior to World Sleep Day, also reported that 40 percent of Chinese adults had taken a daytime nap within the previous month. With the latest technology, a number of gadgets and mobile applications are available for sleep pattern monitor use. Another effective way is the traditional sleep journal.