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Lack Of Sleep Costs Economy $411 Billion/Year

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News video: Lack Of Sleep Costs Economy $411 Billion/YearLack of sleep not only makes you feel bad and tired throughout the day, but it also increases your likelihood of death and reduces productivity at work. According to a study, lack of sleep costs the economy about $411 billion dollars a year and leads to the loss of about 1.2 million working days a year. The risk of death is 13 percent higher for those who sleep less than six hours a night.

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