Feeling tired all day and unable to concentrate at work or perform at your best is a difficult outcome of not getting enough sleep. The following articles, videos and tips provide some insight for feeling more energy during your day.

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Feel More Energy

Being tired at work all day or not having the energy to perform at your best can be incredibly frustrating. Experiencing a noticeable lack of energy throughout the day typically occurs after a poor night’s sleep and can generally be managed by getting more sleep the following night. The problem becomes more serious when trouble sleeping occurs across several nights in a week. When this happens, the ability to work effectively and concentrate on tasks becomes increasingly difficult and can even affect your attitude and communication with colleagues and family. This feeling of overwhelming daytime fatigue is known as Excessive Daytime Sleepiness (EDS). The sleep causes of EDS vary from person to person but can be due to having difficulty falling asleep, waking up frequently through the night or waking up before the intended wake time – or a combination of all three.

Now we’re learning that beyond the well documented health issues, sleep is having an acute direct and measurable impact on productivity in our country. In fact, it’s an economic liability. According to SleepScore Labs user data, since January 1, 2017, 55% of people sleep less than the recommended 7 hours per night equaling more than 12 million work hours lost or more than $500 billion in productivity lost. On top of that, people who only get 5 hours or less sleep each night take 14 sick days per year on average.  Not sleeping enough is serious. SleepScore Labs is 100% focused on sleep by tracking your sleep at night to determine what might be affecting your ability to sleep well. Starting your first night, SleepScore Max provides a SleepScore that begins your journey to better sleep. Through easy-to-follow advice and recommendations, SleepScore Max helps you each day with your goal of sleeping better so you have more energy.

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