As a raging insomniac, I believe sound sleep is uninterrupted sleep. Many millions of people have problems sleeping and their sleep can be interrupted by a number of things such as night sweats (cold or hot), noisy neighbors, muscle spasms, insomnia, back pain, frequent urination, etc.
It is important that you not wake up during the night because when we sleep, this is the time our bodies need to repair the damage done simply by living, let alone any bad health choices. Waking up during the night or not getting enough sleep lessens the quality of our sleep, and lessens the quality of repair made to our bodies.
Sleep process goes from light sleep to deep sleep and back to light sleep before waking up.
In order to have deep sleep, it requires no interference from the surrounding atmosphere like sudden sound or voices.
It takes around 1 - 2 hours from light sleep to deep sleep. So within the period of light sleep, if we are being interrupted then we will likely to wake up.
I have done a research about how to get deep sleep. It is simply getting oneself to do some exercises to exhaust oneself. Thereafter, having a warm milk in an hour before sleep will help to induce a sound sleep.
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