More than 70% of the health care workers’ sleep patterns changed in some way during those first months of stay-at-home orders, reports Michigan Health Lab.

“So many sleep complaints are related to scheduling issues, such as waking up for work, and the morning commute was abruptly stopped for many of us,” she says. “And on the other hand, so many people were working more hours at the hospital than they typically did or doing overnight shifts. The life these people were living became quite different, and so their sleep became quite different.”