What State Sleeps the Most? Washington State?
Sleep, one of my favorite subjects. Ask anyone who knows me personally, if I like sleep, you'll get some pretty funny answers. So yes, I LOVE sleep.
But what's an average night a person should get of sleep?
"Experts recommend that adults sleep between 7 and 9 hours a night." Source
And what if we don't get that many hours of sleep?
"Adults who sleep less than 7 hours a night may have more health issues than those who sleep 7 or more hours a night. Sleeping more than 9 hours a night is not necessarily harmful and may be helpful for young adults, people who are recovering from sleep deprivation, and people who are sick." Source
So how does Washington State stack up against the rest of the US?
"About 31.8% of Washington residents over the age of 18 report less than seven hours of sleep per night, the 7th lowest share in the country. Nationwide, 35.2% of Americans that age report insufficient sleep." Source
Are you getting more or less than 7 hours of sleep?
According to the Data collected on my iPhone, I am personally averaging 6 hours and 13 minutes. Basically, not enough. I do take naps throughout the day, so maybe that helps? In writing this, I have come to the conclusion that I need to go to bed earlier. (Yes mom, I hear you laughing and saying, "I told you so honey!")
I'll leave you with a lullaby that I sing to my little one.
"Goodnight to you, goodnight to Me, Now Close Your Eyes and go to sleep, good night, sleep tight, sweet dreams tonight, goodnight, I love You..."
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