Virginia,Tennesse,Kentucky,and Oklahoma are Sleepiest States
A recent poll conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ranks Oklahoma the fourth sleepiest state in the country. It’s a huge problem. About 30 percent of Americans report having difficulty falling or staying asleep, while some 10 percent have chronic insomnia. According to the CDC poll, 14.3 percent of Oklahoma adults report they’re not getting enough sleep. West Virginia leads the country at 19.3 percent, followed by Tennessee at 14.8 percent and Kentucky, 14.4 percent. Insufficient sleep can result in moodiness, irritability and increased risk for auto and workplace accidents.
In order to get better sleep try to go to bed and get up about the same times every day, eat well and avoid late-night meals, exercise regularly and finally, maintain a cool, dark and quiet bedroom without distractions such as television or work projects.
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