As a state, Wyoming sleeps enough. Do you?

The Center for Disease Control has just released its Prevalence of Healthy Sleep Duration among Adults study. And in Wyoming, we get a healthy amount of sleep. On average, 65.2% of adult respondents in the United States reported a healthy sleep duration. In Wyoming, 64.1% to 67% of adults reported healthy sleep — meaning 7 hours or more a night. Survey respondents were asked, “On average, how many hours of sleep do you get in a 24-hour period?” Healthy sleep duration was considered to be greater than or equal to 7 hours. Hawaiians reported the worst amount of sleep, with only 56.1% reporting 7 or more hours of sleep per night. Coloradans and South Dakotans nearly tied for the best sleep, at 71.5% and 71.6%, respectively. This is the first published report to document state-based estimates of self-reported healthy sleep duration for all 50 states and the District of Columbia, according to the CDC. *Feature photo Pexels / Pitchengine Communities* #dally #county10 #county17 #buckrail #oilcity #springcity #shortgo #reboot #news