Last month Celina also went on holidays. She crossed the Atlantic and spent some great days in New York.
One of the most well-known nicknames for New York City is "The City That Never Sleeps", famously employed in the "Theme from New York, New York", covered by Frank Sinatra.
Well, New York is reputed to be the city that never sleeps but that might be not so true. According to the results of an analysis published by The Wall Street Journal based on data collected by Jawbone, the company that created a digital bracelet, the popular UP, which tracks how users move and sleep, the inhabitants of New York sleep an average 6 hours and 47 minutes per night. Inhabitants of Melbourne, Australia are those who sleep more: 6 hours and 58 minutes on average per night; The japanese from Tokyo only sleep 5 hours and 44 minutes.
Data were collected from hundreds of thousands of users of these bracelets in cities around the world, and allow an overview of sleep patterns.