Drowsy driving is a real concern in America. The National Sleep Foundation estimates that 20% of all accidents are due to drowsy driving, which includes those new to sitting behind the wheel – teenagers. According to a new study conducted by Liberty Mutual Insurance and Students against Destructive Decisions, over 30% of teens drive drowsy…Read more»
The brain is the most powerful machine in the world. With billions of neurons and connections it is constantly at work, keeping the body on the go 24/7. According to Gallup, full-time workers average 47 hours per week, and 40% of those adults report working more than 50 hours per week. Not only are Americans…Read more»
If you’re alive in 2016, you’re drowning in excess stimulus from many sources. Some studies say that human beings are confronted with 6 to 10 times more inputs today than we were just a few years ago. Whether it’s from electronic devices, sound pollution, rapidly changing environments or modern technology, the impact of all of…Read more»
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…Read more»
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