[Have you been shot? More than 300 million people across the country have sleep disorders] Data show that currently, more than 300 million people in the country have sleep disorders. Among them, three quarters fall asleep after 11 o'clock in the evening, and one third have to fall asleep after 1 a.m. Among adolescents and children whose sleep duration is less than 6 hours, children aged 13 to 17 account for as high as 89.5%. In the first half of this year, the long-term stay at home caused by the epidemic has exacerbated this situation. The survey shows that although most people sleep more time, people’s sleep time is delayed by 2 to 3 hours as a whole, and there are also searches for sleep problems. An increase of 43%.