Updated: Aug 31, 2021
How much and the quality of sleep you get directly affects your ability to perform well at work. It affects our energy levels, ability to concentrate, make good decisions and our mood.
Sleep allows our bodies and brains to rest and renew.
But work stresses often affect our ability to sleep, so it can become a vicious circle.
Having a sleep routine can help you to relax before bed and improve your quality of sleep, but like everything it needs to be practiced consistently for it to become a habit.
Think about how much sleep you get and how much more productive you could be if you got a little bit more! What if you could get an extra hour a night, how would that make you feel and function?