Some people have become “hypervigilant” to the sound of their phone, waking when they hear a notification and instinctively reaching for the device, reports USA Today.

A quarter of college students admitted to sleep texting, or sending text messages “while in a sleep state,” with most having no memory of doing it until they checked their phone history, a study recently published in the Journal of American College Health found.

Those young adults were also more likely to report lower sleep quality, which could ultimately lead to chronic sleep deprivation and impact health, researchers said.