Health Care Workers Struggled With Mood, Sleep in First Months of COVID-19 Pandemic

October 23, 2020

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Presented by Health Lab

Eighty-five percent of over eight hundred healthcare workers surveyed said that their mood was worse in March and April than before the pandemic hit. They also faced changes in sleep patterns due to scheduling issues and overnight shifts. Researchers highlight the importance of sleep and mental health as well as the need to support healthcare workers.

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