In the United Kingdom, a new Ofcom study found that Brits spend 20 minutes more per day on digital devices than they spend on sleep, RT reports.

The report found that changing work patterns also resulted in a greater dependence on technology, as a third of Britons sent work-related messages on holiday, while 1 in 10 said they read work emails and texts before going to sleep.

The survey examined the technology habits among 2,000 adults and 800 children.

While Britons continue to spend most of their time watching television, the average viewing time fell from 4 hours and 1 minute to 3 hours and 52 minutes.