Yes, we generally sleep more in the winter on weekends than we do in the summer. The weekends are different because most of us in today’s world tend to have fixed schedules on weekdays. And there is not much flexibility to listen to our evolutionary-self. But on weekends where we can listen to our bodies, we sleep 28 minutes more on the average than during weekdays. That’s what the data shows.
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