According to a study published by Sleep Advisor, United States scored in the bottom 25% of developed countries for how much sleep citizens achieve each night. Unfortunately, many other industrial nations comparable to United States are home to residents who achieve far more sleep than Americans do; the list includes United Kingdom, Canada, Belgium, Australia, France, New Zealand, and Netherlands.
Does America have a crisis of exhaustion? It certainly seems so.
CDC Outlines a Concerning Trend of Sleep Deprivation for American Adults
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports at least one-third of American adults do not get enough sleep at night. According to the research, 35% of Americans between the ages of 18 and 60 do not sleep at least 7 hours per night, which unfortunately sets the stage for numerous health problems like anxiety, irritability, lack of focus, lethargy, poor coordination, heart disease, stroke, dementia, overeating, and obesity. Perhaps most critically, some studies show a link between insufficient sleep and reduced life expectancy.
Dr. Wayne Giles, the director of CDC’s Division of Population Health, commented on the latest findings regarding America’s lack of sleep:
“As a nation, we are not getting enough sleep. Lifestyle changes such as going to bed at the same time each night; rising at the same time each morning; and turning off or removing televisions, computers, mobile devices from the bedroom, can help people get the healthy sleep they need.” 
Not only does the human body require sufficient sleep to function properly, but achieving enough sleep at night provides a number of health benefits Americans need and want. For example, sufficient sleep on a regular basis improves immune health, enhances brain performance, boosts positive mood, reduces stress, improves cognitive function, and even helps people maintain a healthy weight.
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Immune Solution® Staff Writer
 SA. “Which Countries Get The Most and The Least Sleep?” Sleep Advisor, 2022. sleepadvisor.org
,  CDC. “1 in 3 adults don’t get enough sleep.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2016. cdc.gov