Good sleep helps your work productivity
After a good sleep will give you a clear mind and easy to create a creative idea for your work. You probably already have some understanding of the benefits of rest and the costs of not getting it. Sleep allows us to consolidate and store memories, process emotional experiences, replenish glucose (the molecule that fuels the brain), and clear out beta-amyloid (the waste product that builds up in Alzheimer’s patients and disrupts cognitive activity).
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By contrast, insufficient sleep and fatigue lead to poor judgment, lack of self-control, and impaired creativity. Moreover, there are lesser-known secondary effects in organizations. My research shows that sleep deprivation doesn’t just hurt individual performance: When a leader loses sleep, their team staff’s experiences and output are diminished too.
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