Sleep Anxiety America
They say a good conscience is the softest pillow. But the sleep industry has long profited of the idea that sleep is a complicated science.
Americans spend an average of $200 annually on sleep aids, with 76% having purchased a sleep gadget or supplement in the past year. But of those who’ve shelled out big bucks for a fancy mattress, less than half report they are satisfied with their sleep.
Americans are clearly obsessed with getting a good night’s rest — and both their wallets and their mindset are taking a hit as a result.
Read on for more highlights from our recent survey of 5,000 US adults, and for an intimate look at sleep routines in six bedrooms across America.