‘Sleep in America’ Poll Shows American’s Are Sleep Deprived Regardless of Race

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American’s are sleep deprived

Sleep deprivation, it turns out, is colorblind.  The National Sleep Foundation, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit that promotes sleep health, released its annual “Sleep in America” poll this month and for the first time examined how ethnic groups differ in their sleep habits. The poll of some 1,000 Americans ages 25 to 60, who were asked to identify as white, black, Hispanic or Asian, was meant to examine how cultural differences push the physiological boundaries of how much sleep we need.

 

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