Pretty much every aspect of life has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic — and, for some, that includes dreams.
A new study has found approximately 87% of Americans reported experiencing vivid dreams since the pandemic began, almost half revolving around job/work situations. Sleep Standards, a sleep health and product company, launched the survey in May to 1,000 participants across the country.
The survey also found:
- 16.7% believe their dreams have become more vivid since the pandemic began
- 21.2% admitted to having vivid dreams about their exes while sleeping with their partner during the pandemic
- People ages 18-29 are at the highest risk of having sleep disorders, with 64.3% while those above 60 is only 7.1%
Find the full survey at www.sleepstandards.com.