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Pictured？is a spread of the responses to the global study. One pin stands for every city that users could choose as their locale； darker colors indicate more responses from that location.
A recent global study shows where you’re from probably determines how you sleep and — more importantly — how WELL you sleep.pillow cases home decor
The University of Michigan used data from a free smartphone app that analyzed the sleeping patterns of 5，400 people across 100 countries. View the entire thing？here. Some notables results include：
But all that aside， the biggest takeaway from the study shows the importance of early bedtime for quality of sleep.
Spaniards， for instancepersonalized christmas ornaments， recorded the last bedtime of 11：45 p.m. and had less than 8 hours of sleep.
Culture likely is the cause for our sleeping patterns. The study also found that women slept about 30 minutes more than men across all age groups， by both going to bed earlier and waking up later.
“Across the board， it appears that society governs bedtime and one’s internal clock governs wake time， and a later bedtime is linked to a loss of sleep，” said Daniel Forger， co-author of the study published in the journal Science Advances. “At the same time， we found a strong wake-time effect from users’ biological clocks – not just their alarm clocks. These findings help to quantify the tug-of-war between solar and social timekeeping.”
TOP 20 COUNTRIES IN STUDY
Here’s the video from the study， explaining it in more detail：
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