The coronavirus pandemic may be something of a living nightmare for many, but more people have been sleeping better than ever, Yahoo News reports.

A new study has found that three in five people, or 62%, are getting just as much shut-eye, if not more, than before the lockdown began in the UK on March 23rd.

Researchers at King’s College London – who surveyed more than 2,300 people in collaboration with polling company Ipsos Mori – have discovered that school closures and working from home have inadvertently helped increasing numbers get a good night’s kip.

However, on the flip-side, the economic impact of the outbreak has meant just over a third of participants have been kept up at night by financial worries.

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