Most Americans blame work stress for their sleepless nights

Is the workday getting in the way of our sleep? New research found that nearly half of Americans blame work stress on their inability to fall asleep at night. In a new poll of 2,000 parents of school-aged children, 84% said that the transition from remote to office work, or vice versa, disrupted their sleep schedule. Not only are people adjusting to returning to the office, but they are also getting used to less sleep. Thirty-two percent believe they slept more when they were working from home. When the weekend rolls around and people get the chance to catch up on some ZZZ's, 45% turn off their cell phone or put it on silent mode for uninterrupted slumber. The poll, conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Boiron SleepCalm, revealed that a sleepless night often means it's time to binge a TV show.

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