Melbourne has taken the title of the world's most well-rested
city, according to data obtained from electronic fitness tracker
wristband, the UP by Jawbone, which tracks sleeping and moving

Data Scientist, Brian Wilt from consumer technology and wearable
devices specialist Jawbone, discovered that the Ozzies logged an
average sleeping time of 6 hours and 58 minutes a night.
Surprisingly, the city that never sleeps, New York, clocked an
average 6 hours 47 minutes a night. It was actually Tokyo's
residents who were the sleepiest, only managing 5 hours and 44
minutes of sleep a night.

Australians, particularly those in Brisbane, had the earliest
average wake-up time of 6:29 a.m, which might explain why they also
had the earliest bedtime of 10:57 p.m. Russians living in Moscow
were fans of the lie-in, getting up at around 8:08 a.m.