A new study by Sleepolis revealed eye-opening data on how much sleep Oklahomans are getting during the pandemic.
Oklahomans are getting 14.5 hours more of shut-eye than before any Stay-At-Home orders started, according to the recent study.
Sleepolis research looks at physical and mental health, unemployment rate and the air pollution in the area. The sleep study also ranks the best cities for sleep in the state of Oklahoma.
The number one city getting the best rest in the state of Oklahoma goes to Jenks, followed by Bixby and Piedmont.
The following cities rounding out the top 10 are:
5) Broken Arrow
Which Oklahomans are not in a dead sleep? The citizens of Idabel came in dead last at 75.
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