By 2050, Americans are expected to spend a projected $52 billion on sleep aids, marking an exponential increase from the $41 billion spent on sleep remedies in 2015.

These staggering statistics largely stem from the fact that an estimated 20% of Americans suffer from a sleep disorder, while 35% fail to register the recommended 7 hours of sleep needed for the body to feel rested.

This percentage spikes significantly for teenagers, with 92% receiving less than 6 hours of sleep nightly.

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Julian Mitchell ~ Forbes.com

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