The amount of workers reporting to work with little or no sleep has become so commonplace that this it is practically considered normal nowadays. In 2016, Harvard Business Review cited a survey which revealed that less than half of the people that took part in the study (45%) felt they slept well. The rest said that they experienced difficulty falling asleep, with 10% stating that they suffered from insomnia. Meanwhile, research published on the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine discovered that between $2,500 and $3,156 is lost every year on per employee due to their sleep problems...

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