A third of Russ­ian cit­i­zens who par­tic­i­pat­ed in a sur­vey on the qual­i­ty of sleep report­ed that with the advent of spring they began to sleep worse.

In total, more than a thou­sand peo­ple aged 20–68 from sev­er­al large Russ­ian cities took part in the sur­vey, which was con­duct­ed on May 14–17, 2021 by one of the mat­tress man­u­fac­tur­ing com­pa­nies oper­at­ing in Rus­sia.

An analy­sis of the caus­es of sleep dis­or­ders showed that 27% of sur­vey par­tic­i­pants suf­fer from aller­gies, which is one of the caus­es of poor sleep qual­i­ty. Anoth­er 28% com­plained about the sun, which now shines through the win­dows too ear­ly. 26% of respon­dents stopped get­ting enough sleep because of the stuffi­ness and heat, and 5% who decid­ed to open the win­dows suf­fer from insom­nia due to street noise. Final­ly, anoth­er 8% sim­ply believe that their bed is not com­fort­able enough.

More than a third of the study par­tic­i­pants (35%) began to use black­out cur­tains more active­ly with the advent of spring. 34% plan to leave for the sum­mer to live in a coun­try house or in anoth­er city or even a region. 9% use a sleep mask to com­bat fac­tors that inter­fere with sleep, and 6% use earplugs. 15% of respon­dents choose drugs to improve sleep — seda­tives and hyp­notics, and only 5% go to doc­tors.

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