Insomnia in the Workplace: Sleep Deprivation Is More Dangerous Than You Think

Friday, 26 April 2019 by
What do the 1979 nuclear accident at Three Mile Island and the 1986 nuclear meltdown at Chernobyl have in common, aside from being two of the biggest disasters in recent history? Investigators determined that insomnia and sleep deprivation were significant factors in both incidents. Scary, isn't it? What's even scarier is that even if you don't work at a nuclear site,...
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Study: Single Parents Are the Most Sleep-Deprived Adults in America

Monday, 11 January 2016 by
Single parents reading this right now are probably nodding their heads and thinking, "Well, I could have told you that!" And now there's data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to back it up. According to the CDC report, single parents of children under 18 – particularly women – get less sleep and experience more sleep-related...
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Holiday Sleep Tips to Keep You Merry and Bright This Season

Tuesday, 01 December 2015 by
Insufficient sleep is enough to turn anyone into a Grinch, but during the chaos of the holidays, many people find themselves more exhausted than ever. This holiday season, make sure that getting a good night's sleep remains a top priority. Think of it as your special little gift to yourself. Here are some helpful holiday sleep tips that'll keep you...
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How to Get Your Child on a Healthy Back-to-School Sleep Schedule

Friday, 22 August 2014 by
Summer is quickly coming to an end, which means that kids across the country will be back in school before they know it. For some children, transitioning from a summer sleep schedule to a school sleep schedule can be challenging, so it's important for parents to be proactive and ensure that their kids are ready to take on the school...
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