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Triparna crowns ‘India’s First Sleep Champion’ title

The 26-year-old managed to achieve the title with a sleep efficiency rate of 95%

Update : 30 Aug 2022, 06:45 PM

Triparna Chakraborty from Kolkata emerged as the winner of “India’s First Sleep Champion” and earned a sum of Rs5,00,000, reports The Quint World.

The 26-year-old woman managed to crown the title of the competition organized by Wakefit, a home and sleep solutions company, by achieving a sleep efficiency rate of 95%.

Wakefit revealed the winner of “The Wakefit Sleep Internship Season 2 - Batch of 2021” on August 24.

The rules of the competition were the participants need to sleep every night and have uninterrupted nine-hour sleep for 100 consecutive days.

Triparna, one of four finalists, won the title after completing a “live sleep-off” on the final night. The remaining finalists have also received a stipend of Rs1,00,000 each.

This competition is a part of Wakefit’s scientific approach to sleep where they facilitate counseling sessions with sleep and fitness experts for the participants to achieve maximum efficiency in sleeping.

According to The Guwahati Times, Wakefit had about 1,75,000 applicants in the first season while the number is more than 5,50,000 in the second season.

They have already announced the third season of their competition.

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