General Sleep Statistics and Data
Loneliness, anxiety, trouble sleeping among Americans due to COVID-19 as of April 2, 2020
Percentage of Canadian adults who had select feelings as a result of coronavirus as of March 24, 2020
Sleep Deprivation Statistics
Which States Are The Most Sleep-Deprived in 2019?
22% of young adult aged 18 to 29 years old stated that they only go to sleep after midnight (Statista Survey, 2017)
56% of men and 53% of women get enough sleep. About 31% of women and 27% of men get too little sleep. (Statista Survey, 2017)
63% of people older than 60 years get enough sleep, with only 51% of those aged between 30 and 59 reporting similar experiences. Among young individuals, 30% of those between 18 and 29 do not get enough sleep. (Statista Survey, 2017)
54% of people report stress affects their sleep, followed by 40% who agree that the environment plays a significant part too. (Philips; KJT Group, 2019)
Almost 40% of Gen Z gets eight hours of sleep each night. Most baby boomers sleep only 6 hours per night while the silent generation gets about 7 hours of sleep. (YouGov, 2019)
48% of adults find it hard to fall asleep in general. About 10% of older individuals have sleeping troubles due to back pain. 27% of adults had trouble falling asleep or sleeping because of uncomfortable sleeping climate, compared to just 8% of those aged 60 years and older. (Statista Survey, 2017)
While 43% of female find it hard to sleep through the night, only 30% of males report the same. 26% of women have back pain that interferes with their sleep, compared to 22% of men. (Statista Survey, 2017)
It was found that 26% of those aged 18 to 29 years stated that they have trouble unwinding the evening which is the highest among all age group (Statista Survey, 2017)
According to the survey, 34% of those aged 18 to 29 have trouble falling asleep because of back pain, compared to just 10% of those aged 60 years and older (Statista Survey, 2017)
According to the survey 40% of males stated that they don’t have sleeping problems in comparison to 27% of females.
Sleep Habit Statistics
Sleep habits of adults in select countries worldwide 2019
Only 12% of the U.S. adult population agrees to sleep better with a pet on the bed. About 31% agree that they do not sleep better with a pet on the bed. Women were more likely to agree that a pet on their bed improves sleep. (YouGov, 2019)
80% of adults want to improve their sleep quality, with 59% agreed that a consistent bedtime is important (Philips; KJT Group, 2019)
47% of women find that changing sleep schedule affects them physically, with 37% of women also reporting emotional effects. Among men, 38% were affected physically and 20% emotionally. (National Sleep Foundation, 2019)
According to the survey, 26% of respondents stated that meditating before bed helps them to sleep better (Philips; KJT Group, 2019)
40% of U.S. adults need a quiet place to sleep. About 36% of recipients still feel tired in the morning, leading to 11% needing a midday nap (Statista Survey, 2017)
Sleep Disorder Statistics
What's The Percentage of adults Worldwide with medical issues that affect their sleep?
Sleep Aids Statistics
Secondary reasons U.S. medical marijuana patients use cannabis in 2016
Technology and Sleep
What is The Most Popular Mattress Used Among U.S. Adults?
Chris was a psychiatrist and neurologist with board certification in sleep medicine Clinical Associate Professor at the University of California. For over 10 years, he served and helped patients at Stanford Health Care-Stanford Hospital with their sleeping disorders.
After suffered from sleep disorders for years, Chris has been passionate about sleep health ever since. He wants to help others sleep better and wanted to make the world of sleep easy to understand for everyday people.