People love sleep, but unfortunately, many of us aren’t getting enough of it. There’s an old rule of thumb that says eight hours is the optimal time to spend slumbering each night, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has most recently recommended adults ages 18-60 get at least seven hours of sleep to stay healthy. Not getting this amount, they say, is associated with increased risk of diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure, heart disease, and a myriad of other ailments.

Only about 65 percent of people get the recommended amount of sleep, but some states are better at sleeping than others. So where are people the most sleep deprived? Check out the slideshow for the top five states for sleep deprivation.