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Survey: Billions in productivity lost to insomnia
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In an era when workplace productivity is in high demand, a new research study suggests more than $60 billion is lost every year because of insomnia in America. Researchers discovered through the WHO Health and Work Performance survey of more than 7,400 U.S. workers that each person lost slightly more than 11 days of productivity due to being "sleepy, tired or fatigued." More
 
 
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