Data from fitness and sleep trackers shows that the duration and quality of many people’s sleep has improved during the coronavirus crisis—likely because we no longer need to commute.
Americans don’t typically sleep well. One large survey showed that people get a full, uninterrupted night of sleep on only about one out of four nights. During this anxious time, you might think the problem would get worse. But data from sleep-tracking apps and wearables suggests something different. Many people are actually getting more, better-quality sleep during our new stay-at-home lives.
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