Sleep - Where all great ideas come from
Success demands great thinking.
Some think that success is defined by the hours put into work instead of the quality of that work. The quality of the work is directly controlled by how much sleep we get.
Studies have shown (and there are more being carried out than ever before) that successful people and specifically highly productive people at work tend to have a lifestyle where they sleep more than their unproductive counterpart!
8 small changes for better sleep tonight
How To Adjust Your Sleep Schedule For The Better
We need up to 9 hours of sleep in order to have a healthy and productive life so setting up a sleep schedule is very important to ensure we get enough rest. Below are some of the ways you can work towards adjusting your sleep schedule to get sufficient sleep.
The Sleep Onset Latency TestSleep deprivation can happen for various reasons. You could have a diagnosed condition of insomnia, or you could just be burning the candle at both ends, going to bed too late and getting up before you have had enough sleep. Whatever the reason, sleep deprivation can have knock on effects on both your body and life; causing health problems, stress, inability to function properly at work, irritability, and even accidents.
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How Sleep Affects Your Salary
A common stereotype of the successful career driven individual is surviving on little sleep, filing documents late into the night and constantly making business deals via email at 2.00am!
These individuals do exist, but if you think you should follow suit, then think again. An increasing number of studies show that those who get a good night's sleep are the most productive at work.