Unsurprisingly, during the Covid era, there have been several reports of people having more difficulty getting to sleep and back to sleep — a state we call “insomnolence” rather than “insomnia”. This tends , formally and informally, to be attributed …
Over on CogZest, I’ve published a bit more background about our “Pre-sleep cognitive activity in adults: A systematic review” paper: Can Your Bedtime Thinking Keep You Awake? Or Help You Fell Asleep? – CogZest.
(How) can bedtime thinking affect falling asleep? We’ve created the infographic (below) to help you quickly grasp our recent paper, “Pre-sleep cognitive activity in adults: A systematic review” (published earlier this month in Sleep Medicine Reviews).