1. Georgia - 6.09 hours of sleep a night 2. Hawaii - 6.28 hours 3. Nevada - 6.31 hours 4. Oklahoma - 6.36 hours 5. Arizona - 6.39 hours 6. Alaska - 6.46 hours 7. Alabama - 6.48 hours 8. Mississippi - 6.5 hours 9. Ohio - 6.5 hours 10. Wyoming - 6.53 hoursSome of the better rested states include: Idaho - 7.12 hours of sleep a night New Hampshire - 7.06 hours Vermont - 7.06 hours Montana - 6.95 hours Oregon - 6.94 hours Kansas - 6.9 hours Arkansas - 6.9 hours Colorado - 6.9 hours Iowa - 6.89 hours Maine - 6.88 hours May is Better Sleep Month. Now is the time to review your sleeping habits and improve your quality of sleep. Sound Oasis offers a range of unique sleep therapy systems that help you to drift off to sleep naturally and easily. Sound Oasis also offers a great selection of exclusive Sound Oasis MP3 sounds downloadable for use on your iPhone, iPod, MP3 player or computer. Most Sound Oasis sound tracks feature patent pending, ALL NIGHT sleep sounds with the world’s only 8 hour uninterrupted sound tracks.
Do you stay wake all night until the early morning hours, staring at the darkness, tossing and turning in bed trying to catch some sleep? You are not alone. The majority of Americans get an average of 6.7 hours of sleep per night, which is far less than the ideal figure recommended by the experts. According to the CDC, around 70 million Americans suffer from sleep deprivation and other chronic sleep problems. According to a recent Sleep Number survey, Georgia is the most sleep deprived state where residents average less sleep per night than any other state including New York City, the bustling city that never sleeps. The 10 most sleep-deprived American states: