Dealing with insomnia
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What to do for that insomnia does not become a nightmare at night, with impacts on the day-to-day corporate
Gradually, the eyes become heavier. The eyelids will be closing, the environment noise fades. You no longer hear more plans that a director is presenting at the meeting.
Images nicer than power-point tables appear in front - like a beach. You are about to enter the water, it lacks a little push. Suddenly, someone nudges, causing them to wake in the middle of the presentation. 's dream may vary, but the situation seems to be common in the corporate world.
Waking up with the feeling of not having slept at all last night or spend the day tired, thinking more in bed than in the reports (or client), are some of the consequences of insomnia.
Not to mention the loss of productivity and the risk of accidents at work, due to the loss of attention or reflexes.
According to recent research conducted and published in England, one in five people surveyed said they lose sleep, literally because of work pressure.
Evaluated in various activities, executives rank second among the most insomniacs (with 5.8 hours of sleep per night), second only to doctors, who, on average, enjoy 5.6 hours of sleep.
In the same study, 8% of respondents said that they cannot preach the eye before an important meeting at work and 43% of managers said they also spend a sleepless night due to the poor performance of employees or any results below expectations. In the end, in England, the average time lost because insomnia is 5.8 days per year.
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