The statement that “we are all shift workers” isn’t just an idea.
Data points to this fact. For example, professor Till Roenneberg, a researcher in Munich, surveyed more than 50,000 people in Europe and the United States and found that the majority of people either go to bed after midnight or wake up early with insufficient sleep.
Similarly, people also follow different bedtime schedules on weekday and weekends. At the time of the 2017 World Sleep Congress, Roenneberg presented his data showing that roughly 87 percent of adults have social jet lag and go to bed at least 2 hours later on the weekend.
Dr Satchin Panda
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