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Sleep Duration, Quality of Sleep, and Use of Sleep Medication, by Sex and Family Type, 2013-2014

Sleep affects many aspects of well-being and quality of life for people of all ages. Risks associated with deficient or poor-quality sleep include physical health conditions such as diabetes and heart disease (1,2), mental health issues such as depression (3), and driving and workplace accidents (4,5). Nearly one-third of U.S. adults do not meet the recommendation of getting at least 7 hours of sleep daily (6,7). Prior research has found that marital status (8-11) and whether young children live in the household (10-12) are associated with sleep duration and quality. This report describes sleep duration, sleep quality, insomnia symptoms, and the use of sleep medication among U.S. adults, by sex and family type.
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