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Studies by occupational and environmental medicine researchers report that up to 40% of U.S. workers experience fatigue. Low energy levels can sap your motivation, reduce productivity, lead to increased errors, and harm interpersonal relationships by making you cranky and difficult to work with. Keeping energized at work can vastly improve the quality your of time spent on the job, and it can help you jump-start your career.
Although medical professionals recommend that adults get at least 8 hours of sleep per night, the average adult reports sleeping just 6.8 hours per night according to a 2005 Sleep Foundation poll. Getting a good night’s rest is the simplest way to dramatically boost your workday energy levels . . .
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After lunch, it doesn’t have to be all downhill. Here’s how to stay perky for improving productivity, managing stress, and knowing what zaps your energy, plus other tips for fighting fatigue.
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Waiting rooms, health fairs, client sessions.