The stresses of the holidays are the stuff nightmares are made of.

But when it comes to actual nightmares, South Dakotans aren't like most other Americans.

While millions dream of falling, death, and being late to work, folks in the Mount Rushmore wake up in a cold sweat with worries about losing our teeth.

That's according to a survey by the mattress company Eight Sleep, in a story on the website

We're not alone. Folks in Kentucky have the same molar-induced nightmares.


And while we're concerned with our dental health, people in Vermont toss and turn at night worrying about showing up for work naked.

Work in general seems to be at the heart of a lot of our nightmares. The survey revealed that people wake up an average 15 times a night.

And when it comes to remembering what we dreamed about, women recall their nightmares 17 times more often than men.

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