2016 Drowsy Driving Prevention Week

Posted on : 07 Nov 2016 | No Comments

Quality sleep is essential for optimal functioning. The National Sleep Foundation recommends adults get seven to nine hours of sleep per night and is advocating for awareness during this Drowsy Driving Prevention Week. While it may seem like a lot of “down time,” it’s a highly productive time for your brain to catch up from the previous day’s events. Here’s a short list of what happens when you sleep:

  1. Your metabolism is regulated.
  2. Your memories and information are retained and organized.
  3. Your immune system receives a boost, keeping you on your feet for the day ahead.

Drowsy Driving Prevention Week

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