Have you ever gone to work after a bad night of sleep? How productive were you at work that day? Did it make you eat any differently? Drink more coffee? How about more than one night of bad sleep? Do you work the night shift? How does it affect you at work and outside of it? Sure, sleep happens at home but doesn’t your work affect it?…So what’s work go to do with it?
The CDC reports that one in three U.S adults report sleeping less than 7 hours per day. Poor sleep health is associated with negative health effects, such as obesity, mental distress, high blood pressure, diabetes and heart disease. Our newly released “sleep episode” on What’s Work Got To Do With It? features guest and faculty member, Dr. Andrew McHill. He talks about how sleep can impact our health, health habits and the workplace. Dr. McHill will help us understand what happens to our bodies and metabolism when our sleep patterns are disrupted and what we can do to help improve our sleep schedules.
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