Just 13 Percent Adults Get Good Night's Sleep, Says Study

by Sheela Philomena on  August 30, 2013 at 11:24 AM Research News
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A recent study finds that one in five people nod-off at their work desk due to lack of sleep.

It was found that lack of proper rest accounts for six million lost working days a year, the Daily Express reported.
 Just 13 Percent Adults Get Good Night's Sleep, Says Study
Just 13 Percent Adults Get Good Night's Sleep, Says Study

The survey by bed firm Silentnight found that only 13 per cent of men and women admitted they slept peacefully, while the rest said that the thought of having to get up early, money worries and stress kept them awake.

Nineteen percent of the respondents said that arguing with a loved one ruined their bedtime.

It was revealed that more women than men miss work due to sleepless nights.

About 17 percent catch up on sleep during the morning commute, while seven per cent doze off at their desk and four per cent during meetings.

Source: ANI

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