When our lives become overloaded–deadlines, work, school, family or social responsibilities, etc.–one of the first casualties is our sleep schedule. However, drowsiness makes it almost impossible to be creative or productive. Check out the infographic below for some statistics regarding the benefits of getting a good nights’ sleep, plus some tips to get back on track.
How Sleep (and Lack of it) Affects performance on the Job
While most Americans need 7-and-a-half hours sleep to feel their best, they average less than seven hours the typical weeknight. In fact, fewer than half of Americans between 13-64 say they rarely or never get a good night’s sleep on weeknights. Sleep deprivation doesn’t just lead to bags under the eyes—quality sleep each night helps protect mental, physical, and immune health and improve quality of life.
Want to sleep better tonight? We’ve got the tips and tricks that’ll help you fall asleep, stay asleep, and reenergize every day.
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