Many US workers are sacrificing sleep for work hours, long commutes

An analysis of 124,000 responses to the American Time Use Survey shows that paid work time is the primary waking activity exchanged for sleep. The study also suggests that chronic sleep loss potentially could be prevented by strategies that make work start times more flexible. ‘The evidence that time spent working was the most prominent sleep thief was overwhelming,’ said lead author Dr. Mathias Basner, Penn assistant professor of sleep and chronobiology in psychiatry. —> Read More Here


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