Nearly one-third of Americans may lose sleep on election night, according to results of a survey commissioned by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.

“Election night stressors and nonstop news coverage can create an environment that is not conducive to healthy sleep,” Kannan Ramar, MD, president of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, said in a press release. “Not only are individuals more likely to stay up past their bedtime to see election results, they are more likely to consume coverage across multiple platforms simultaneously — TVs, mobile phones and other electronic devices.”

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