Success...something we all want to achieve in the workplace but which some of us find a little harder than others. One thing we're asking you today is whether you could be performing to a lower standard than your best simply due to getting a poor night's sleep? Whether you're a budding entrepreneur or are working your way up the ranks as an employee, one thing is for certain, and that is that a lack of sleep can cause exceptionally low productivity levels.
With sleep deprivation being cited as the primary cause of low productivity in the workplace, this should be a strong concern for employers as well as employees themselves.
Here at Sleepy People, we're committed to helping you get a great night's sleep and, as such, have put together a fantastic infographic which looks in a little more depth as to 'what you really need to know to be productive at work' as well as offering some top tips to help you do something about it if you currently find yourself sleeping any less than 6 hours (ideally 7 to 9).
One shocking statistic which we recently discovered is that going without sleep for just one night can cause changes in the brain which are similar to a blow to the head as well as the fact that those who sleep less than 5 hours a night over a few nights have equivalent levels of impairment to someone who is OVER the drink drive limit.
You wouldn't go to work DRUNK so why go to work TIRED?
If you want to succeed at work, you need to ensure you're mentally and physically in the very best condition you can be and, in order to do that, you need a great night's sleep.
From choosing the right bedding, pillows, duvets and memory foam mattress toppers through to the importance of getting yourself into a routine and even taking an afternoon nap, below you'll find what we believe to be the recipe to enable you to 'Sleep Your Way To Success' and feel great along the way!
Trust us when we say that there're very few things in life which are more important than getting a great night's sleep, especially if you're keen to progress either in the workplace or as an entrepreneur.
Are you on the quest for success but simply find that there's not enough hours in the day to achieve everything which you need to? If this sounds like you, it's important that you take the time to rest, relax and get a great sleep each and every night.
Do you have any of your own top tips to share on helping to keep productivity levels high through a good sleep? If so, we'd love to hear them!
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