Google reveals US states with WORST sleep habits – where does yours rank?


GOOGLE has revealed the US states with “the worst sleep habits.”

A new study suggests the state you live in may result in better or worse sleep based on how many times certain states have Google searched sleep tips.

The research claims that Utah is the state with the most sleep problems


The research claims that Utah is the state with the most sleep problemsCredit: Getty

Bed experts Amerisleep investigated which US states have Googled sleep problems the most.

Terms like “I can’t sleep” and “How to sleep” were tracked on Google Trends to see which states are most associated with a bad night’s sleep.

Amerisleep created a top 10 list and fans of the film Sleepless in Seattle may be disappointed that the state didn’t make the cut.

Utah came out on top as the state that apparently has the most disgruntled sleepers.

This is unfortunate for any Utah resident who was in the group that googled “How to sleep”.

The phrase reached its peak search time in Utah around the middle to end of August this year.

Hawaii was the second most sleepless state with Idaho coming in third.

The phrase “I can’t sleep” along with “How to sleep” were particularly popular in Hawaii.

Kentucky, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and West Virginia came next.

The final places went to Wisconsin, Tennessee, and Kansas.

The US States with the most sleep problems

These results are according to a study by Amerisleep…

  1. Utah
  2. Hawaii
  3. Idaho
  4. Kentucky
  5. New Mexico
  6. Oklahoma
  7. West Virginia
  8. Wisconsin
  9. Tennessee
  10. Kansas
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