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Report: Hawaii, Florida Are Two Worst States for Sleep Habits

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A man sleeps on the terminal floor at Hartfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on Monday. (John Amis/AP)

Thursday, 21 December 2017 06:37 PM

Two of America's warm-weather destinations are also at the top of the list for worst sleeping habits, according to a study.

The data released by the alarm clock app Sleep Cycle determined the top five worst places for sleep are Hawaii — at No .1 — followed by Florida, Maine, Alaska, and Arizona, Florida Today reported.

Americans got the best sleep in Colorado — at No. 1 — followed by Wyoming, Vermont, Montana, and North Dakota, the study determined, Florida Today reported.

Denver was the No. 1 city for sleep — and Miami and Orlando were the top two worst cities for sleep quality, the study found.

The study also found the United States is getting closer to averaging the recommended 8 hours of sleep a night, averaging 7 hours and 19 minutes per night with bedtime around 11:40 p.m. ET and wake-up at 7:08 a.m. ET, Florida Today reported.

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