Source: CBS News
The switch to daylight saving time this past weekend may have cost you an hour of sleep. But new research shows most of us were already behind on getting the rest we need.
The National Sleep Foundation released the data as part of its Sleep Awareness Week. It shows just 27 percent of U.S. adults get the recommended seven to nine hours of sleep per night during the week. Only 10 percent prioritize sleep over other daily activities.
Entrepreneur Arianna Huffington says a lack of sleep compromised her own health and productivity. She used that experience to create Thrive Global, a company focused on helping people put their personal well-being first.
Huffington appeared on “CBS This Morning” Monday as part of her crusade to help people stop thinking it’s cool to get by without much sleep.
“When I collapsed