If you’ve ever wished you didn’t have to get to work until later in the morning, you’re not alone. A new study shows that those who start work later also get more sleep. And that’s led some health experts to suggest that pushing back the workday could be a good idea.
Roughly 40 percent of Americans are sleeping less than they should. And a new study, published in the journal SLEEP, found that the main thing people were doing instead of sleeping was working. “It was evident across all sociodemographic strata no matter how we approached the question,” study co-author Mathias Basner, a sleep psychiatrist at the University of Pennsylvania, said in an email.
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