Presented by Sleep Number

How Sleepless Is Your State?

Who would you guess is more rested, Southerners or Northerners? Do East Coasters or West Coasters get more shuteye, on average? If you think you know the answer, you might be surprised to learn that, yes, Midwesterners are among those who get the least amount of restful sleep, according to proprietary biometric sleep data** provided by Sleep Number.

But, if you feel like you’re not getting enough sleep, you’re not alone. Up to 83.6 million Americans are sleep deprived, and more than a third of adults say they aren’t getting enough sleep on a regular basis.

To learn more about how Americans sleep at night, we’ve partnered with Sleep Number to create a state-by-state sleep map. Check out the infographic below, which uses a combination of Sleep Number, Google Trends and third-party data, to see just how your state sleeps at night.

**Based on proprietary biometric sleep data provided by Sleep Number® SleepIQ®technology.

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