Tuck Sleep Announces the Best and Worst US Cities for Sleep

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Colorado Spring, Boise, Lincoln, and others top the list of 150

Tuck Sleep, an online community devoted to sleep health and wellness and unbiased product reviews, recently released a geographic study of sleep in the US. Using large data sets that encompass factors such as sleep deprivation rates, unemployment, air quality, commute times, construction, and light pollution, Tuck developed a unique formula to calculate each city's overall sleep quality.

Check out the whole study including a detailed methodology and full list of 150 cities with rankings here:

Sleep is becoming the focal point of health and wellness worldwide and this study is the first in a larger series that Tuck will be undertaking in 2018 highlighting sleep quality worldwide. "We want to be bring sleep to the forefront of health and wellness and starting with a city by city analysis sparks that conversation," says Keith Cushner, General Manager and founder of Tuck.

The top cities in the US for sleep are:
Colorado Springs, CO
Sioux Falls, SD
Boise, ID
Portland, OR
Lincoln, NE

The worst cities for the sleep in the US are:
Detroit, MI
Newark, NJ
Birmingham, AL
Cleveland, OH
Philadelphia, PA

Tuck is a community devoted to improving sleep hygiene, health and wellness through the creation and dissemination of comprehensive, unbiased, free web-based resources and product reviews. Find Tuck at their site as well as on Facebook and Twitter

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