Insufficient sleep is a prevalent and global phenomenon, but now companies across several industries are forging partnerships to help tackle the associated challenges.
More than half of adults globally suffer from insufficient sleep, according to a study by Wakefield Research.
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Lack of sleep is a major risk factor for a broad range of serious health conditions like heart disease and it is thought to impose a hefty financial burden on society. In the US, lack of sleep costs $411B per year in lost productivity, according to a 2016 study by RAND.