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Top 10 People at High Risk of Fatigue

recharj October 15, 2014 0 comments 0

[su_dropcap style=”default” size=”3″ class=””]T[/su_dropcap]he average individual today has more responsibilities and obligations than ever before and sadly, sleep is often pushed to the back burner. Even with a good night’s sleep, the typical day can be exhausting. The results from insufficient sleep and interruptions in our normal sleep cycle can come with some serious consequences to our bodies and minds.  This is known as fatigue and it is more common than you may think. Unfortunately, the impacts of fatigue causes many ripple effects throughout our every day lives. However, there is some good news: as we learned in “Top 10 Benefits of the Power Nap“, naps can be a powerful source of physical, emotional, and mental revival from fatigue. [/paragraph]

[paragraph]But, you may be saying to yourself: “I get it, fatigue can be dangerous and naps are pretty important for my health. But, who stands the highest risk of fatigue? And, am I one of them?”  Good question. We believe that sleep wellness and a healthy lifestyle in general should always be at the forefront of everyone’s mind. Everyone is subject to bouts of fatigue and everyone stands to benefit from a good night’s sleep with a short midday nap. But, certainly some people carry a greater risk of fatigue than others, right? We agree, so we have compiled a list of certain types of people that are subject to high degrees of risk from poor sleeping habits. Listed below are napnook’s top ten groups of people at high risk of fatigue.[/paragraph]

 

  1. Students
  2. Teachers and Parents
  3. Drivers
  4. Classic Corporate Employees (Attorney’s, Accountants, Consultants, etc.)
  5. Shift workers
  6. Nurses and Doctors
  7. Athletes
  8. Military and Police
  9. Pilots
  10. Fast food and Retail workers

 

[blockquote type=”intext”]But, you may be saying to yourself: “I get it, fatigue can be dangerous and naps are pretty important for my health. But, who stands the highest risk of fatigue? And, am I one of them?”  Good question.[/blockquote]

[paragraph]If you belong to one or more of these groups, your level of fatigue risk and burnout rises. In many cases, your lack of sleep and rest not only impacts your own health, but can also have a major impact on the well being of those you work with whom you live, work and love. In the next series of posts, we will detail the importance of naps and sleep health for each of the listed groups above and how sleeplessness can have a negative impact.[/paragraph]

[paragraph]In the meantime, we advise that you take a few minutes to participate in our Sleep Health Diagnostic. Here you can answer a series of simple survey questions that allow us to instantly analyze and compute your “Sleep Health Score”. Find out how you stack up and share your score with friends on Facebook and Twitter![/paragraph]
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