Loneliness May Affect the Sleep Quality in Young Adults
A recent research from the King’s College London in the United Kingdom suggests that loneliness may significantly affect the sleep quality in young adults.
For their study, a team of researchers analyzed the data of 2,232 young adults aged between 18 and 19 years, who participated in the Environmental Risk Longitudinal Twin Study. Having completed the questionnaires, the 25 to 30% of the study participants reported that they sometimes felt lonely, while nearly 5% said that the often felt lonely.
The findings of the study show that the participants who felt lonely were 10% more likely to have poor sleep quality compared to those who did not report loneliness. Additionally, they were 24% more likely to experience daytime tiredness and issues with concentrations.
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