Jun 2, 2021

Early Bird or Night Owl? Study Links Shift Worker Sleep to ‘Chronotype’

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Summary: Findings of a new study could help to design better strategies to improve sleep in workers with atypical work schedules.

Source: McGill University.

Getting enough sleep can be a real challenge for shift workers affecting their overall health. But what role does being an early bird or night owl play in getting good rest? Researchers from McGill University find a link between chronotype and amount of sleep shift workers can get with their irregular schedules.

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