Sleep and housing: Are we all in the same boat?

Publié le July 27, 2021
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To understand how housing status is related to sleep during the COVID-19 pandemic, the COHESION study explores whether one’s status as renter or owner, and satisfaction with their housing conditions were associated with sleep duration. Turns out, renters are twice more likely to sleep less than 7 hours per night, compared to homeowners.

To read the full story, check out our blog on Sleep on it !

You can also check out our article on La Presse or listen to our radio interview on Ici Radio Canada.

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