Not sleeping enough? You may be hurting your chances of success.
Lack of sleep or poor-quality sleep can affect how well you function and do your job. It’s important for everyone to get at least seven hours of shut-eye. Sleep-deprived people have trouble doing critical things, like:
Concentrating, remembering and reasoning } Handling stress
Listening and communicating
Controlling their moods
They also struggle with being late, dozing off and having more injuries. To stay alert at work, try some simple strategies:
Honor your internal rhythm — when you tend to feel tired or low-energy — with breaks.
Power nap for at least 20 minutes in the late morning or early afternoon.
Eat healthy snacks, exercise and drink fluids throughout the day to keep your body going.
Don’t take medications that cause drowsiness.
Create a sleep routine that gets you to bed and work on time.
Sleep helps you recharge and seize the day! So you can be and do your very best.
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