Inside Fatigue Science
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Across heavy industry, awareness of fatigue risk is growing. In industries such as construction, commercial trucking, and mining, fatigue is the single greatest cause of accidents. We’ll look at how the mining industry is affected by fatigue, and what steps the industry can take.
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Elite athletes are presumably more aware of the impacts of poor sleep, however, research suggests they're still more likely to use (and possibly abuse) sleep medications.
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Adjusting to a one-hour time change shouldn’t take more than a day or so for a regularly well-rested person. But, since studies show that as a society we are already sleep deprived, an hour of our time in bed is not really a sacrifice many of us can afford to make.
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Only 47% of people reported that their bedrooms were ‘very quiet’, 36% reported their rooms were ‘very dark’, and 56% reported their mattresses were ‘very comfortable’.
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Fatigue Science's work with the NBA's Dallas Mavericks has been referenced in Arianna Huffington's new bestseller Thrive: The third metric to redefining success and creating a life of well-being, wisdom, and wonder.
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There is no quick magic solution for adjusting to this time change, but there are a few things you can do to make sure the effects of this circadian disruption are minimized for Monday morning
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One of the studies Arianna Huffington refers to indicates that people who sleep 6 hours per night for two weeks are equally as fatigued as someone who has stayed up for 48 hours.
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Sleep is important to athletes for a number of reasons, including overall performance and recovery.
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Prior to the new year, we referenced a study conducted out of Oxford University which concluded that mobile sleep tracking apps did not provide consistent or validated results.
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The CBC reports on the survey’s findings citing that over a quarter of participants indicated that they go to work feeling tired, many of them on a daily basis. Two-thirds of the participants said they'd pick a good night’s sleep over a fun night on the town.
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Even if you have spent the holidays getting your required 7-9 hours of sleep, just one late night (a New Year's Eve party, perhaps) could impact your performance for as long as a week.
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This time of year, festivities are plenty and most are likely to find themselves participating in numerous social engagements, last minute shopping trips, and family dinners.
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You have done all the training, eaten all the right things, and are feeling ready for the big competition tomorrow. How do you make sure all your confidence isn’t derailed by one bad night of sleep?
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If you're an average adult, chances are you need more sleep. Studies show that 60% of adults are not getting the 7-9 hours of nightly sleep their bodies need in order to function at their best.
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Now that Dreamforce has kicked off, it’s not likely that many will take our advice to get their 7-9 hours of sleep every night, so we have a few tips which may help minimize the feeling of fatigue while trying to take in all that Dreamforce has to offer.