Accord­ing to research orga­ni­za­tion RAND, peo­ple who can’t pay their rent or pay their mort­gage on time get short­er sleep than their peers who don’t have these prob­lems.

More than 1,000 Cal­i­for­ni­ans who have been on wel­fare for sev­er­al years up to this point took part in the study. All of them par­tic­i­pat­ed in sur­veys con­duct­ed between 2015 and 2018.

Accord­ing to the data obtained, sub­jects who, for var­i­ous rea­sons, delayed their rent or mort­gage pay­ments, on aver­age, slept 22 min­utes less per night than peo­ple who reg­u­lar­ly deposit­ed the due funds.

If a per­son was forced to move because of non-pay­ment, then his sleep became on aver­age 32 min­utes short­er com­pared to the project par­tic­i­pants who remained in their pre­vi­ous hous­ing.

Thus, the risk of loss of hous­ing and the insta­bil­i­ty of the home envi­ron­ment inter­fere with healthy sleep and reduce its qual­i­ty. The researchers empha­size that over time, lack of sleep accu­mu­lates, and the man­i­fes­ta­tions of the neg­a­tive effects of lack of sleep on health become more pro­nounced.

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