Quarter of Internet users spend more time online than in bed
London: Almost one in four people spend more time online than they do asleep, a new survey has found.
According to the survey commissioned by Sky Broadband, 51 percent admit to suffering from “e-anxiety” if they are unable to check their emails or Facebook page, the Daily Mail reported.
The survey also found that men spend a larger chunk of their time online.
More than one in four splurge six hours or more a day online as compared to one in five women.
While one in three check their personal emails more than six times a day outside of work, one in 20 check their emails more than 20 times every day, which is the equivalent of once every 45 minutes, and one in seven check their social media accounts more than six times a day.