Lack of Sleep Kills Productivity - Why Good Sleep is Important And How To Get It

Don’t underestimate the value of a good night’s sleep. A lack of sleep can cost you dearly, not just personally from a productive and health point of view, but also in business and from an economic point of view.

When you find yourself being argumentative and angry over the littlest of things, whether it’s with your spouse, your kids or work colleges, then ask yourself, “how much sleep have I had?”

If the answer is less than 7 hours, and this has been consistent, then you may find that lack of sleep is where the problem is.

Personal Consequences From Lack of Sleep

Lack of sleep will affect your ability to PERFORM

  • Poor focus
  • Lack of alertness
  • Poor concentration
  • Poor decision-making ability
  • Poor reasoning
  • Difficulty problem solving 
  • Poor memory

 Lack of sleep will affect your HEALTH

  • 12 percent more likely to die prematurely (source: National Sleep Foundation)
  • Heart disease
  • High blood pressure
  • Stoke
  • Diabetes
  • Depression
  • Weight gain
  • ...
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