Do you have patients who suffer from “bedtime procrastination”? A recent study defines it as “failing to go to bed at the intended time, while no external circumstances prevent a person from doing so,” TIME Magazine reports.

“As bedtime procrastination seems to be a self-regulation problem, we speculate that dealing with distractions (a typical case of self-regulation) would be one of the factors that could be related,” the study’s lead author, Floor Kroese, says.