A few days ago, the world was shocked to discover that the bloodiest New Year’s Eve celebration ever took place in Brazil.
The city of Rio de Janeiro was a bloodbath, and with a national holiday coming up, it was a huge embarrassment.
But for the thousands of people in Brazil, New Year was not just about celebrations.
For many, it had a more important purpose: getting out of their beds.
A study by the Brazilian Social Science Research Institute, known as CSE, found that the number of people getting out their bed each night was actually decreasing, but that it was increasing the number who slept in their cars and in their homes.
The average Brazilian was spending almost one and a half hours a night on their feet, and they had an average of around five hours a day spent sleeping.
A recent study showed that the average Brazilian is spending between 12 and 14 hours a week sleeping.
The study also found that about 60% of the population had slept in a car.CSE’s study also showed that people in the country spent an average 12.3 hours a year getting out the bed each day, a number that is increasing in line with the country’s economic boom.
While the country is not the only one experiencing a spike in bedtime spending, Brazil is an extreme outlier in the world when it comes to the amount of people who spend their nights in bed.
The US, for example, has a national day of rest, and New Year in the US has become synonymous with a lot of people doing a lot more than getting up to go to bed.
In the UK, we spend about one-third of our lives in bed, according to the National Sleep Foundation.
According to the research organisation, a full 70% of people sleep in their beds at least once a week.
The UK spends around $2,000 a week on bedtime, and the research showed that those people who spent the most time sleeping in their bed were spending about $7,000 each year on that.
As the UK prepares to celebrate its New Year, it has also had a spike on its air pollution.
According the Guardian, the average person in England spends an average 24 hours a month in the air.
The government has blamed the pollution on a new technology called NOx.
While NOx is banned in the UK for cars, buses, trains, and planes, it is used in vehicles to mask the exhaust of cars, trucks, and other vehicles.
In the UK the number one source of NOx pollution in the last decade is cars.
As more people are waking up in the dark, it means that the air pollution crisis in Britain will become even more dire.
The British government has said that the UK will spend up to £20 billion ($26 billion) on air pollution control this year alone.
According to the Guardian’s Andrew Webster, the air quality in the city of London is one of the worst in the EU.
In 2015, there were around 6,000 cases of respiratory illnesses per day, with more than 1,000 deaths, according the Guardian.