Wall Street Journal: Here are the smartest strategies to finally get your sleep back on track.
For many of us, the pandemic’s anxious days have led to sleepless nights. But there are ways to get our nights back on track—by changing what we do during the day.
More than half of Americans said they had experienced more sleep disturbances during the pandemic, according to a March 2021 survey of more than 2,000 adults commissioned by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. About 57% said they had more trouble falling or staying asleep; 46% slept less at night and 36% said they had more disturbing dreams.