SEATTLE, April 21, 2021 — Sleep Foundation (sleepfoundation.org) has released an article series, COVID-19 and Sleep: an Ongoing Concern, which explores how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the waking and sleeping hours of the global population.
Within the series, Sleep Foundation examines the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on sleep in:
Elise Chahine, Editor-in-Chief of Sleep Foundation, says, “We are still not free of the COVID-19 pandemic, which is having a major impact on sleep habits and hygiene, demonstrated by the approximately 40% of Americans who reported sleep issues since the beginning of the pandemic—enter ‘coronasomnia’. With the global rollout of vaccinations—more than 7.79 billion administered worldwide—plus new data emerging from infection-rate spikes and lulls, we believe it is our responsibility to keep our readers abreast of the latest findings from researchers and government organizations.”
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