23/08/2020 04:47 PM | Click to read full article
During the pandemic, many people are struggling with insomnia. Fears of getting the virus, financial and economic worries, and the pressures of schooling children while working from home are sources of stress that are disrupting sleep. Vivid, frightening dreams have become a part of the lockdown experience.
For those who tend to be night owls by nature—the opportunity to sleep longer and get up without setting an alarm clock brings positives.