The holidays may be a time to catch up with old friends, visit with family and enjoy parties, but a new survey says for American parents it’s also a season of late nights and bad sleep.
In new survey data released from Sleep Cycle, it reveals a significant divide in the holiday experience depending on whether or not Americans have children. Data from the survey says American parents will be sleeping less, drinking more, and generally dealing with more “holiday stress” than their non-parent counterparts.
Among some of the key findings:
The survey of more than 1,000 U.S. adults and teens was conducted online by Propeller Research on behalf of Sleep Cycle in September 2018.
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