Sunday, February 2

What use is it to reason with sleepwalkers? Part 1

January 20, 2020, from Study Finds:
As the years press forward, sleep is becoming a frustratingly harder challenge for many Americans. That’s the main finding of a recent survey consisting of 2,000 adults that asked about sleeping habits, satisfaction, and frequency.
Perhaps the most stunning result of all is the drop in total average sleep time for Americans. It seems logging six hours is a struggle for many. Consider this finding: In 2018, the average respondent reported about six hours and 17 minutes of sleep per night. By 2019, however, that average shrunk to only five-and-a-half hours each night. [...]
I suspect a larger and more detailed study would produce even more alarming results. 

Happy Ground Hog Day. Goodnight.


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