The majority of Americans say the stress from the pandemic has had a negative effect on their sleep, according to a new survey. And the top ways we’re trying to get better sleep are: Not checking the news at night . . . eating healthier . . . exercising . . . and reading books before bed.
If you haven’t been sleeping right since March . . . you definitely aren’t alone. According to a new survey, the majority of Americans say the stress from the pandemic has had a negative effect on their sleep. And the biggest way they’re trying to sleep better is . . . not checking the news at night because it’s just so incredibly stressful. The rest of the top 10 ways people are trying to get better sleep during the pandemic are:
reading books before bed
listening to music before bed
taking a warm bath or shower before bed
taking an over-the-counter sleep aid
and getting better pillows.