You’ve heard it since you were little: Get eight hours of sleep every night. But just because you know it doesn’t mean you always follow it. In fact, an article from Mashable says more than a third of Americans do not attain adequate sleep, so much so that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has declared lack of sleep as a public health concern.
Whether it is because of stress or the sheer amount of tasks you need to finish in a day, getting less than enough sleep is likely a common occurrence for you. The thing is, lack of sleep isn’t just costing you some Z’s—it’s also causing you to lose money.Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2jwSA8T