Eat, drink and smoke, but have a good sleep

SLEEP: Not getting enough affects productivity at work.

LACK of sleep is being blamed for low productivity at work.
Researchers say that smoking, drinking and eating does not affect productivity as much as not getting enough sleep does.
The study of more than 21,000 UK employees was carried out by Cambridge University and Rand Europe and found that those who slept for less than six hours a night were notably less productive at work than those on seven or eight hours sleep.
Employees with financial concerns and mental health issues also had lower productivity, as well as those who felt bullied or were under unrealistic time pressures.
A lack of sleep, even for just a few nights, can also raise the risk of diabetes as insulin struggles to regulate blood sugar.


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