In the UK, an August 2020 study from the University of Southampton showed that the number of people experiencing insomnia rose from one in six to one in four, with more sleep problems in communities including mothers, essential workers and people in many other occupations. “Your brain is conditioned: you’re always at your workplace and working, and then at your home and you’re relaxing. There’s a differentiation there. Now, we’re all just home all the time,” says Angela Drake, a clinical health professor at the University of California.
Source : BBC