The benefits of sleep can’t be overstated. “Good sleep guarantees wellbeing and mental health,” according to a study published on US National Library of Medicine. Indeed, sleep disorders are a significant factor in heart disease, with regular sleep rhythms and schedules being more important than sleep duration for your health. Sleep problems are also linked to metabolic syndrome and, thus, obesity.
A study published in the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine concludes that, “insomnia and disturbed sleep…are associated with decreased job performance and productivity.”
Sleep education, then, is an obvious investment for employers who wish to maximize productivity and, potentially, boost their bottom line. Pass along these 12 tips for improving sleep quality.
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