Night Owls and Worse Sleep During the Pandemic

Posted by Darian Dozier on Feb 12, 2022 5:31:00 AM

Night owls and morning birds are more than cute descriptive names about one's preferred time of productivity. They are actually biologically determined adjustments to your circadian rhythm. It's important to try and align your sleep schedule with your circadian rhythm as it's very hard to change. Very rarely can someone just flip from morning bird to a night owl. Your prefered sleep time is pretty much set, but unfortunately, this has led to some sleep troubles in the pandemic. Continue reading how night owls are negatively impacted during the pandemic and what this means for companies and individuals.  

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