Getting enough sleep is a challenge for many people during Covid-19, especially if their work schedule and routine have changed because they are working from home. Photo: Getty Images Getting enough sleep is a challenge for many people during Covid-19, especially if their work schedule and routine have changed because they are working from home. Photo: Getty Images
Getting enough sleep is a challenge for many people during Covid-19, especially if their work schedule and routine have changed because they are working from home. Photo: Getty Images

With Covid-19 insomnia now a thing, as a teacher attests, is a melatonin pill the answer to getting a good night’s sleep?

  • Since remote learning began in February, teacher Miranda Wong has suffered from severe sleep loss that has heightened her stress and anxiety levels
  • If your workday has been stretched, have a regular wake-up time and keep your workspace out of your bed space for better sleep, and consider using melatonin

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Getting enough sleep is a challenge for many people during Covid-19, especially if their work schedule and routine have changed because they are working from home. Photo: Getty Images Getting enough sleep is a challenge for many people during Covid-19, especially if their work schedule and routine have changed because they are working from home. Photo: Getty Images
Getting enough sleep is a challenge for many people during Covid-19, especially if their work schedule and routine have changed because they are working from home. Photo: Getty Images
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