Good sleep means more than getting enough hours. A consistent schedule matters, too. – The Washington Post

Though few of us work the same long, unpredictable hours as medical interns, the study’s findings are still relevant, the experts said, particularly during the coronavirus pandemic, which hasn’t been kind to our mental health or our sleep schedules. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the prevalence of depressive disorder in June last year was 24.3 percent, roughly four times higher than the prior year. Meanwhile, many at-home employees are working into the evening hours, and many Americans are suffering from “coronasomnia” due to chronic stress.

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