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Facts About Sleep

  • Think #sleep10to2

    Around 35% of us get the required 8 hours of sleep each night. Being in bed by 10 PM is an essential start. Renowned neurologist, Kulreet Chaudhary, MD. says the best hours of sleep are between 10pm to 2am.

  • We're nothing without sleep

    Sleep affects our creativity, emotions, intellect, and efficiency. Insufficient sleep duration has been linked with cardiovascular disease, cancer, stroke, accidents, diabetes, bacterial infection in the blood, and hypertension (Kochanek et al., 2014).

  • Parents, help is here

    Our babies can’t thrive without sleep and neither can we. As parents, we lose an average of 2 hours of sleep per night until a baby is 5 months. According to Dr. William C. Dement, from then until a child is two, parents lose an average of an hour sleep every night.

  • Exhaustion is no joke

    It can cause relationship and work stress, postpartum depression, failed breastfeeding, and infant deaths. Dr. Christopher Barnes, a researcher at Washington University, discovered that the less an employee sleeps, the more likely they are to lie, cheat, and steal.

     

  • Companies get more

    According to a study across four American companies, the cost of sleep deprivation ranges from $2,500 per employee per year to a staggering $3,156 (Patrick J. Skerrett, Harvard Business Review). The Journal of Sleep Research found that a night of sleep loss can even affect basic daily routines.

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