Better Sleep Council Says Who Sleeps Well and Who Struggles


Better Sleep Council’s recent The State of America’s Sleep study has shown that sleep quality for American adults varies greatly. The data within suggests that factors such as age, gender, marital status, and physical and financial health can make a huge difference in how much sleep is had each night. The study proved that the general demographic most likely to report getting the best sleep is a married 55+-year-old male who is in good health physically and financially. On the flip side, 71% percent of all women with children under 18 years old living at home report restless nights – making them the most sleep deprived. Factors such as taking care of sick or scared kids and worrying about their overscheduled lives affected those studied as well. Read more here.

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