As per a study, which will be presented at the Cheltenham Science Festival on Tuesday, has found that Britons sleep more than seven hours in night, but then also find it difficult to get up in the morning.
Lead researcher Prof Russell Foster was of the view that they compared the data with German citizens and found that Germans sleep eight minutes less than Britons. In order to reach at the above given result, the study researchers assessed the sleeping habits of 75,000 Germans and Britons.
Foster said that he does not think that there is any harm in the fact that Britons sleep more than others. He further affirmed that noticeable part of the story is Britons do not let their alarm to go on snooze and gets up on time despite feeling it difficult. However, German let their alarm to be on snooze mode for at least 15 minutes.
"When I compared the sleep patterns of the UK respondents with their German counterparts the main difference was in their experience of social jet lag”, said Foster.
Professor Till Roenneberg, from Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich, who also took part in the study, said that 70% Britons use alarm and only 12% of them let the alarm to pass on to snooze mode.
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