5 Tips for Getting Better Sleep to be More Successful at Work
Written for EO by Laurie Larson.
Good sleep and productivity go hand in hand.
Getting high-quality, restorative sleep each night is incredibly important to your overall health. If you’re regularly missing out on good sleep each night, you’re at risk of experiencing sleep deprivation and all the negative side effects that come along with it.
When you’re not getting deep rest, you become more susceptible to illnesses, you have trouble concentrating, and you become moody and short-tempered. And this is just the start of the problems that come along with sleep deprivation.