by Marion Webb
It wasn’t that long ago when Americans paralleled professional success with getting as little sleep as possible.
Today, many have come to realize that chronic sleep deprivation isn’t just bad for business, it’s detrimental to your health.
Suddenly the same doctors who have long warned that a chronic lack of sleep and sedentary living can lead to serious health consequences, including weight gain, obesity and associated chronic diseases, such as heart disease and diabetes, are getting air time and media attention.
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