Organised by the Health Promotion Board, the Sleeping Challenge allows participants to gain alertness, better health, and even receive up to $30 in e-vouchers.
Need some motivation to fix your sleeping habits? Here’s your chance – and you can win up to $30 of e-vouchers while you’re at it!
Known as the Sleep Challenge, the new initiative by the Health Promotion Board (HPB) encourages Singaporeans to sleep seven hours a night in exchange for alertness, better health and Healthpoints, which they can use to redeem e-vouchers.
The Sleep Challenge will be launched under the National Steps Challenge to encourage exercise and sleep, which are essential to a healthy lifestyle.
Participants are encouraged to aim for at least seven hours of sleep per day to earn 25 Healthpoints. Those who get at least seven hours of sleep a day can be rewarded with up to $30 in e-vouchers. In addition, extra Healthpoints can be earned during bonus weeks.
Healthpoints earned during the Sleep Challenge will be credited to the participant’s e-wallet at 12pm daily.
The challenge is open to all Singapore citizens and Permanent Residents of Singapore with a valid NRIC, and foreigners with a valid FIN, aged 17 years or older at the point of registration.
All eligible participants must use the new Season 6 HPB fitness tracker with a sleep tracking function and the Healthy 365 app to participate in the challenge.
Do note the Sleep Challenge is only available to participants who have completed “Steps Rewards” in previous seasons.
Participants who are currently enrolled in the LumiHealth programme may withdraw from it to join the challenge. The decision to withdraw from LumiHealth is irreversible.
Each day’s sleep will be recorded from 12 noon to 11.59am the next day. A minimum of two hours of sleep per day is required to be counted towards each day’s total sleep duration.
Registration is now open and will close on Mar 31, 2022, at 11.59pm. The challenge will run from Nov 1 to Apr 1 next year, so get some rest at home and you might just win some e-vouchers too!
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