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Is Sleep Deprivation Keeping You From Getting More Done During the Day?

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Is Sleep Deprivation Keeping You From Getting More Done During the Day?

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Think about all the times you’ve said it: “There just aren’t enough hours in a day.” And if you’re like many busy people, your solution is to borrow a few hours from your sleep time to make up for it. Do the extra hours you got from sleeping less make you more productive during the day? No, they don’t!

The problem is that even a small amount of lost sleep affects your mood, leaves you with less energy, decreases your mental acuity, and makes you more vulnerable to stress. In other words, chronic sleep deprivation can destroy your health—and that doesn’t help you get more accomplished.

Why is it important to get enough sleep?

Think about all the times you’ve said it: “There just aren’t enough hours in a day.” And if you’re like many busy people, your solution is to borrow a few hours from your sleep time to make up for it. Do the extra hours you got from sleeping less make you more productive during the day? No, they don’t!

The problem is that even a small amount of lost sleep affects your mood, leaves you with less energy, decreases your mental acuity, and makes you more vulnerable to stress. In other words, chronic sleep deprivation can destroy your health—and that doesn’t help you get more accomplished.

Why is it important to get enough sleep?

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Is Sleep Deprivation Keeping You From Getting More Done During the Day?

  1. 1. Is Sleep Deprivation Keeping You From Getting More Done During the Day?
  2. 2. Think about all the times you’ve said, “There just aren’t enough hours in a day.”
  3. 3. If you’re like many busy people, your solution is to borrow a few hours from your sleep time to make up for it.
  4. 4. Do the extra hours you got from sleeping less make you more productive during the day? No, they don’t!
  5. 5. Even a small amount of lost sleep affects your mood, leaves you with less energy, decreases your mental acuity, and makes you more vulnerable to stress.
  6. 6. Chronic sleep deprivation can destroy your health — and that doesn’t help you get more accomplished.
  7. 7. The quality of your sleep directly affects: Productivity Immune system Creativity Emotional well-being Brain and heart health Weight Vitality
  8. 8. During restorative sleep, your brain works hard to perform the biological maintenance that keeps your body running smoothly, preparing it for the next day’s challenges.
  9. 9. When you skimp on sleep, you shortchange yourself on the restoration that allows you to function at a high level.
  10. 10. Adequate sleep is essential for areas of your life where learning, creating, and effectively communicating are required.
  11. 11. Don’t give up sleep to get more done. Get more sleep. As you begin to get the rest you need, your health, energy, and efficiency will increase, as will your productivity.
  12. 12. How much sleep is enough?
  13. 13. Just because you can get through the day on little sleep doesn’t mean you’re performing at an optimal level.
  14. 14. If you keep pushing through without enough sleep, it could lead to chronic sleep deprivation.
  15. 15. Sleep requirements can vary, but most working adults should get 7 to 9 hours of quality sleep every night.
  16. 16. Improve sleep quality, and you’ll improve your productivity.
  17. 17. Your body repairs itself during deep sleep.
  18. 18. Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep is believed to be necessary for mood-boosting and learning.
  19. 19. Increase your odds of achieving deep sleep by avoiding alcohol, nicotine, and choosing a dark, quiet room for sleeping.
  20. 20. Once you improve your deep sleep, you will experience longer periods of REM sleep.
  21. 21. If you are looking to hire top talent, or find a great job, contact Vector Technical Inc. today.

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