CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) — Everyone needs a good night’s sleep, but not everyone in the Tri-State area gets enough.
According to a study by Diamond Rehab Thailand, people from West Virginia and Kentucky are ranked second and third and Ohio is ranked seventh on a list of the most sleepless states.
The study says 39.2% of West Virginia adults, 38.6% of Kentucky adults and 35.5% of Ohio adults say they have less than seven hours of sleep.
It says the most sleepless state is Hawaii, with 39.4% of adults saying they do not get enough sleep.
Here are the top 10 most sleepless states, according to the study:
|Rank||State||Percentage that reports not getting enough sleep|
According to the study, Diamond Rehab Thailand used information from the United Health Foundation’s American Health Rankings and the CDC Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System 2020 to rank the states.