Americans sleep much less than they need to - read as data from recent studies of the CDC of The - on AMarkets materials.
Approximately 1/3 of all US residents slept less than 7 hours a day. 7 hours - the minimum threshold. All values below the threshold value at risk have serious health problems. Not to mention the banal reduction of productivity and personal effectiveness.Interestingly, the least sleep in South Dakota and Hawaii (71.6% of people sleep less than 7 hours - the total number of American citizens). Another interesting point - white Americans sleep best. And downright best sleep those who is married or in union, compared with singles. At the same time people with higher education are sleeping more than those who do not. So saying "a little know, sleep tight" here clearly does not work.
Schedule - geography Americans sleep (the percentage of those who sleep 7 hours and less):