MICHIGAN (WJRT) (3/9/2018) - People in Michigan are missing out on an incredible amount of sleep.
According to study by Sleepopolis.com, Michigan residents accrue about 31 hours of "sleep debt" per month. That's the difference between the amount of sleep people need and the amount of sleep they actually get.
According to the study, Alaska resident miss out on the most shut-eye -- about 42 hours each month. Vermont is the most well-rested, only losing about 22 hours a month.
While there's no way to repay long-term sleep deficit, experts suggest changing habits and resting more.