Sleep – how much do you get?
The impact of sleep loss is amazing. Missing 90 minutes of sleep a night, means that your concentration and performance in a knowledge economy is considerably diminished by 33%.
A study by K Anders found that Elite performers sleep for an average of 8.5 hours, the population average is just 6 hours and 51 minutes. So who is right? I have my suspicions…
When you miss an hour of sleep, it deceases your well-being, productivity, health and ability to think. Yet sleep continues to be the first thing people sacrifice. Tom Rath
Roughly 62% of adults worldwide feel that they don’t sleep well when they go to bed. WEF
Experts have long emphasized that developing good sleeping habits can help to maintain our physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Ongoing sleep deprivation can also cause severe, long-term health conditions:
- Heart disease and heart failure
- Weak immune system
- High blood pressure
- Kidney disease
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What I do
Adam works with emerging and established leaders in technical markets, being passionate about balancing hard and soft skills to harness to talents of the individuals and team. Creating outstanding leadership through self-awareness, seizing and developing talents in others, collaborating and balancing the need for success with clients, partners and peers. Through mixed modes, he delivers impactful programs.