>ASU Study Finds Rise In Sleep Problems During COVID Pandemic
(Tempe, AZ) -- A new study from Arizona State University says sleep issues during the pandemic are affecting people not only in the U.S. but around the world. Research published in the journal Sleep Health shows nearly six out of ten people across the globe are suffering from poor sleep. The study involved people from 79 countries found that almost 57-percent of people have experienced some kind of sleep problem in the pandemic. Almost two thirds of people in the study dealt with "delayed sleep" patterns which involved later bed times, increased nightmares and more naps.