Even the odd bad night’s sleep seems to throw us, mood-wise: A 2021 study in older adults found that when people got fewer than six to eight hours a night, they paid a price the next day, feeling angry, frustrated, and lonely.

Yet one in three adults don’t get enough sleep, according to the CDC. Another study said 70 percent of Americans have had trouble sleeping in the previous month. While sleep problems have been on the rise for decades, living through a global pandemic only made us toss and turn more—a phenomenon dubbed “coronasomnia”