How desperate are you for better sleep? According to a new survey, 45% of respondents would be willing to give up the Internet for a full year to get an extra hour of sleep a night. Almost as many (43%) would give up their phone, their car (41%) and promotions at work (37%) for that extra snooze time.

The poll of 2-thousand U.S. adults also reveals:

  • Americans may be willing to go to those extremes for more rest because 48% say they feel tired earlier when the sun sets earlier in the day.
  • For six in 10, their sleep routines feel different during the winter than other seasons.
  • A quarter of people have the most trouble waking up during the winter, more than any other season.
  • While spring is the season most likely to make people feel happy (58%), respondents say they feel especially tired (21%) or sad (20%) in the winter.
  • During the holiday season, people admit they’re more likely to cancel plans to stay in bed (48%), sleep (40%) and drink alcohol (37%).
  • More than half (57%) experience the “winter blues” - “a feeling of despair or general upset caused by winter.”
  • The top feelings people experience during winter are apathy (32%), general discontent (32%), loneliness (29%), mood swings (28%), loss of interest (26%) and anxiety (22%).

Source: SWNS Digital

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