How many hours of sleep do gamers lose per year?

Gaming is good, but it takes time, according to a study that looked at lost sleep because of it. Overall, the study looked at habits 7933 gamers to draw its own conclusions.

According to, the average gamer spends 5 to 6 hours every day for his favorite pastime, which translates to 35 to 42 hours a week. It is worth noting that the lost hours of sleep were calculated every year and the number showed 912 lost hours of sleep for every gamer. More specifically, the 51% of the sample he replied that he sleeps for 5 to 6 hours a day due to gaming, instead of the 7 to 9 that he should.

76% of respondents admitted that they have nightmares after long hours of gaming, while 52% of gamers noted that has been delayed in their important responsibilities, such as school or work. 21% said that Minecraft it was this game that kept them busy for longer.

Regarding the equipment, the sample uses 41% PlayStation, Xbox follows with 38%, on PC it plays a percentage of 17% and a 4% talked about another way of gaming, such as mobile phones.

All of these elements are good and interesting, but we should not overlook the fact that gaming is one Extremely interesting and creative employment.


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