People aged between 21 and 30 years of age have the best
quality sleep.


According to the Great British Sleep Survey, the average sleep
score for this age group is 5.7.


This puts it ahead of 31 to 40-year-olds (5.4), 41 to 50-year-olds
(4.9) and 51 to 60-year-olds (4.6).


It also shows how the quality of slumber seems to decrease over
the course of time, as older people struggle to get as good a rest
as they did when younger.


The study highlights the difference in snoozing patterns across
the country and shows how people in some areas could benefit from
the purchase of a new bed and mattress.


London and Scotland were the UK areas that boasted the best
sleepers, both scoring 5.6, while six different regions recorded a
tally of just 4.9.


In terms of a gender divide, the typical sleep score for men was
5.5, which is significantly higher than the mark of 5.0 for
women.


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