Collective siesta in Mexico City aims to promote the right to sleep

March 17, 2024

In one of Mexico City's busiest neighborhoods on Friday, about 200 people took a collective nap in the middle of the street to celebrate World Sleep Day. "We have long working days, but there are no spaces at workplaces to guarantee the time for a siesta," she said. Thanks to a guided meditation session, some nap participants sank into a deep sleep while others at least managed to relax for a moment. Another napper, retiree Victor Sanchez from southern Mexico City, said he was interested in professional advice on how to get a good night's sleep. "It's a bit far, but I had to come because it's important to me," the 64-year-old said.

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