New sleep report finds Chicagoans not worried about sleep, lots of remote workers taking naps during work
CHICAGO - A new report on sleep finds that Chicagoans do not seem to be too worried about getting enough.
Harmony Healthcare IT looked at Google searches for sleep-related terms in all 50 states and dozens of major cities. They found that people in Las Vegas, Baltimore, Denver, Seattle and Boston searched the most often about sleep-related issues. People in Chicago, New York City, Phoenix, Los Angeles and San Antonio searched the least.
Overall, Chicago ranked 26th when it came to searches for sleep-related problems like insomnia.
The study also found that people who work from home are taking time to get more sleep. The website reported that one out of every 3 people said they have napped while working remotely; 74% said they nap at least once a week and most said their naps were longer than 30 minutes.