This is a result that seems counterintuitive. With confinement, the stress of the coronavirus pandemic, and increased screen times, we would have expected a worsening of sleep. This may be the case for some of us, but it seems to be the opposite.
This is apparent from Fitbit data that the Fast Company site was able to view. These reports concern users of connected objects in six major American cities: San Francisco, Los Angeles, Houston, Chicago, New York and Phoenix. They sleep an average of 17 more minutes per night. For 36% of them, sleep time has even increased by more than 30 minutes since the start of confinement.
The same is true in France
This rest is also of much better quality. Fitbit uses a scale from 1 to 100 and scores have risen 1.8 points since the onset of the pandemic. The increase in sleep time would explain this improvement which results in increased duration of deep sleep.
Habits also change in terms of the rhythms between working days and weekends. Americans only sleep an additional twelve minutes on Saturdays and Sundays, compared to 90 minutes in normal times.
These data are not ultimately so different from the surveys carried out by Fitbit in France. ” In Paris, the average sleep duration was the most impacted. It started to skyrocket after the week ending March 15, following the announcement of school closings and the ban on public gatherings above a certain size “Explained the company in a blog post.
In any case, maintain a regular bedtime and sleep seven to nine hours to allow the body to regenerate. It’s also an important asset for strengthen his immunity at a time when it matters a lot.