Over the long term, sleep deficit does more harm to the body than we think
By The Weekly | January 16, 2018
According to a workplace survey conducted by AIA Vitality in Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Australia, Malaysia has the highest percentage of employees who slept less than seven hours a night – at 56 per cent. Malaysian employees are also found to be overworked, stressed, lead unhealthy lifestyles, and as a result, are at high risk of health problems and productivity loss.
So, what happens when you’re finally hankering down and in need of some good sleep?
The first thing you should do is, really, put your phone aside. Studies have shown that the blue light emitted by our smartphones, tablets and other screens signal to the brain that it’s not quite time for bed yet.
Read on to find out other things you really shouldn’t do before bed.
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