Recent data pulled by Sleep Cycle from users across the world shows people in the US have the lowest sleep quality score in the world and that Switzerland has the highest. New Zealand and UK proves sleeping more does not always equal better sleep, as they both spend a lot of time sleeping but score low on sleep quality.
The above graph shows the difference (%) between national and worldwide average sleep quality.
Below graphs show the difference between national and worldwide average sleep quality, and each country’s average time in bed per day.
|Country||Time in bed|
This report includes 417,538 male and female Sleep Cycle alarm clock users worldwide. All countries include a minimum of 2000 participating users, ages 18-55, who voluntarily and anonymously shared their sleep data during the time period of 6 June – 23 October – 2014. Sleep Cycle determines sleep quality by monitoring movements in bed. Calmer and deeper sleep gives a higher sleep quality score.