This is the most sleep-deprived state in the U.S.
Millions of Americans aren’t getting enough shut-eye.
Nearly one in three adults in this country get an average of less than seven hours of sleep a night, according to a study released this week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. While overall, 65.2% of adults got seven or more hours of sleep a night — that’s what the CDC recommends — people 65 and older were more likely to get enough sleep, as were non-Hispanic whites (66.8%), Hispanics (65.5%), and Asians (62.5%).
More at Source: This is the most sleep-deprived state in the U.S. – MarketWatch
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Sure is empty down here...