FRAZER, Pa., May 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Cephalon, Inc. (NASDAQ: CEPH) recognizes those who stay awake to keep
Up to 25 percent of people who work night or rotating-shifts are estimated to have shift work disorder, a medical condition in which the body's internal sleep-wake clock is out of sync with the individual's work schedule—their body is telling them to go to sleep when their work schedule needs them to stay awake. Because of this disruption of the body's natural rhythm, people with shift work disorder often struggle to stay awake during their waking hours (excessive sleepiness), or have trouble sleeping during their sleeping hours (insomnia).
About The Wake-Up Squad
The Wake-Up Squad is an award-winning educational program designed to motivate and mobilize community members about shift work disorder. The website features information about shift work disorder and provides tools, such as a symptom checklist, to help prepare for a discussion with a healthcare professional. In addition, Community Educators trained to talk about shift work disorder are in various cities and communities across the country. To learn more about shift work disorder or to register to take a self-assessment, visit www.TheWakeUpSquad.com.
About Cephalon, Inc.
Cephalon is a global biopharmaceutical company dedicated to discovering, developing and bringing to market medications to improve the quality of life of individuals around the world. Since its inception in 1987, Cephalon has brought first-in-class and best-in-class medicines to patients in several therapeutic areas. Cephalon has the distinction of being one of the world's fastest-growing biopharmaceutical companies, now among the Fortune 1000 and a member of the S&P 500 Index, employing approximately 4,000 people worldwide. The company sells numerous branded and generic products around the world. In total, Cephalon sells more than 150 products in nearly 100 countries. More information on Cephalon and its products is available at www.cephalon.com.
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