On January 8th, Marijke Gordijn from Chrono@Work and Roelof Hut from the University of Groningen were interviewed by EditieNL about the effects of the COVID-19 related restrictions on sleep. Colleagues recently published that on average people sleep longer and later during the lockdown. However, shortage of sleep and sleeping problems have serious health effects. EditieNL also paid attention to the new study on the possible effects of daily stimulation with near-infrared on well-being, sleep, mood, and health, that Chrono@Work performs together with Seaborough. To view the article and the television item (in Dutch), click this link. To read more about the effects of lockdown on sleep and chronotype, click here, and click here.