For many of us, our work gives shape to our daily lives. Most of us must work to support ourselves, our households and our families. It’s not uncommon to spend more waking time on the job or otherwise engaged with work than any other aspect of our lives. Given the scope of the role that work plays in our lives, we don’t pay nearly enough attention to the impact of our jobs on our health — and in particular, our sleep.
Is your job affecting your sleep?
By The Good Sleep Expert March 21, 2013
Categories: Research Articles