Results from BSC’s The State of America’s Sleep

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The Better Sleep Council recently released its findings from The State of America’s Sleep study, revealing that nearly six in 10 women are poor sleepers, as opposed to four in 10 men. When adding school and children into the equation, the incidence of poor sleep increased dramatically for women while minimally for men. Among other things discovered, Better Sleep Council found that the worst sleepers tend to be under stress, particularly at work, financially, or in their personal relationships, adults who agree that they have a great relationship with their spouse/partner represent 88% of excellent sleepers, and retired adults make up 28% of excellent sleepers. Read more here.

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