The YouGov Sleep Study
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YouGov has conducted an extensive study on the topic of sleep, looking at the attitudes, patterns, practices and opinions of Britons on this essential function.
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The YouGov Sleep Study: Part one - Sleeping patterns
The YouGov Sleep Study: Part two - Sleep habits
The YouGov Sleep Study: Part four - The impact of screens, lights, and noise on sleep
The YouGov Sleep Study: Part Five - On dreaming
The YouGov Sleep Study: Part Six - Waking up in the morning
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