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When it comes to insomnia the USA is not equal

Many Americans are deprived of sleep - that doesn't entirely surprise us. However, what did interest us was just how sleep deprivation varies across the United States.

Apparently, things aren't looking too good for you if you live in the Eastern United States - particularly if you're a resident of West Virginia. Things look better for those on the West Coast - especially if you're from California.

Why do you think the level of sleep deprivation varies across America and why is there such a prominent East/West split? Before people put forward the lifestyle argument, we'd ask this - are people living in Los Angeles under any less pressure than those living in New York City?

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Last updated: July 5, 2011

This Article Was Written By

Martin Reed

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  • Martin Reed
    November 30, 2009, 12:34 pm

    Topography is an interesting viewpoint – but it still doesn’t really explain the differences between LA and New York City, does it?

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  • Ursula
    November 27, 2009, 3:32 pm

    I think the topography and environment might have something to do with it. For example, if the actual sunrise and sunset times are affected by whether or not you live in a mountain valley versus open plains. Lots of city lights versus an forest area, etc.

    Our bodies natural cycles have already been altered by alarm clocks, coffee, and other similar stimuli, to adjust to what our lifestyles require, instead of what our bodies require.

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