Researchers explore the link between work addiction risk and health-related outcomes using the framework of Job Demand Control Model.
Poor sleep may inhibit judgment and lead to off-task and distracting thoughts at work. Making sleep a priority can improve cognitive performance at work, research has shown.Read More
Sleep Disorders & Neurodegeneration in Traumatic Brain Injury Patients: Could Sleep Care Mitigate Risks?
New research shows a correlation between poor sleep in TBI patients and elevated markers of neuronal injury.Read More
Many high-powered jobs require people to work long hours and give up sleep, but that can harm your mental health—and your career, reports Harvard Business Review.Read More
Airmen and their families also have access to several resources, including a Veterans Affair’s smartphone application called the CBT-I Coach.Read More
A study shows the benefits of sleep extension for endurance performance and highlights the importance of cumulative sleep time for endurance athletes.Read More
Forbes interviews Sigurjon Kristjansson, the CEO of Nox Health, a global sleep health company.Read More
The Harvard Business Review reports on the ways parents can get enough sleep while juggling the demands of caring for their children and fulfilling career obligations.Read More
Study: Professional Athletes Who Use the Sleeprate Mobile App, Sleep Better than the General Population
A new study from the Wingate Institute for Physical Education and Sports has found that professional athletes who use the virtual sleep coach, Sleeprate, achieve a longer and better quality of sleep than the general population....Read More
Recognizing and addressing the widespread problem of sleep disorders in military personnel and...Read More
More than one-third of working Americans don’t get enough sleep, and the problem is greatest among the police, the military, health care workers and truckers, researchers report. Their analysis of data from...Read More
Despite electronic sports (eSports) rapid rise in popularity, there has been a notable lack of research available to support the needs of these competitive video gamers—but this is starting to change. A study published in...Read More
Compared to energetic survey respondents, survey takers who reported exhaustion were 2 times more likely to lose their jobs over poor work performance and arriving yet, reports Each Night.“Even though the majority of our...Read More
Nurses sleep nearly an hour and a half less before work days compared to days off, which hurts...Read More