Feeling drowsy? A new study suggests most Americans aren’t getting enough sleep. Researchers at Ball State University say about 36 percent of working adults get less than seven hours of sleep per night – up more than five percent since 2010. Even more alarming? Those numbers increase to 50 percent for police officers and health care workers – people responsible for saving lives. Researchers say sleep deprivation has been going up since the mid-80’s and blame stress as the biggest factor.
My Fitbit says I average about an 83 – whatever the hell that means.
Sleepless In The U.S.: Rising Numbers Of Workers Not Getting Enough Sleep : Shots – Health News https://t.co/dpdUcTj8dT
— Benjamin Levy (@LeftyFlightDoc) October 28, 2019
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