A recently published report from the University of Pennsylvania Center for Sleep and Respiratory Neurobiology has determined that southern get some of the worst sleep in the nation.
The group studied geography to see what impact it has on the amount and quality of sleep Americans get. Data was collected from 157,319 randomly chosen adults via a telephone survey.
Volunteers were asked questions about their health, sex, race/ethnicity, age, and alcohol consumption and smoking habits. Subjects were contacted in 38 different states.
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