People worldwide have been waking up an hour later than normal during the pandemic.
Data collected from 100,000 users of a sleep-tracking app, Sleep as Android, from countries around the globe provides a snapshot of how sleeping patterns have shifted. Users toggle the app on and off as they go to bed and wake up.
The data was analysed by Jeff Huang at Brown University, Rhode Island. On the first two Tuesdays of April 2019, around 50 per cent of the app’s users . On the …