Pandemic Allows More Time For Sleep, But Quality Sleep Is Another Matter

Stay-at-home orders and lockdowns have led to relaxed school and work schedules and more time at home, allowing people to sleep more on average, but the pandemic has taken a toll when it comes to self-reported sleep quality. Although researchers would usually expect a decrease in “social jetlag” to be associated with reports of improved sleep quality, they found that overall sleep quality decreased among study subjects, which outweighs the otherwise beneficial effects of getting...

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