Did you know that the average American sleeps less than 7 hours each night? This may sound normal to many people, but it falls short of the nationally recommended amount of sleep. As a result of their sleep patterns, 37% of adults have stated that they were so tired that it affected their daily activities – and that includes when they’re at work.
Being fatigued at work can seriously affect your performance. And being sleepy at work doesn’t just stop you from getting your job done: it can cost your organization major money, too. The Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine estimated that sleep deprivation can cost an organization $3,156 per worker in productivity.
And your work performance will ultimately be affected by more than feeling sleepy and groggy. When you’re sleep deprived you’ll likely experience other symptoms of sleep loss, including:
- An increased risk…
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