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You may be willing to sacrifice your job for the right reason. But would that reason be getting enough sleep?

There are numerous studies on how sleep deprivation impacts work performance. In a 2008 poll conducted by the National Sleep Foundation, 29% of working adult Americans surveyed said they fell asleep, or became very sleepy while working over a month's time.

So if you're tired at work, are you really putting your best foot forward?

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The fast pace of life in the 21st century and the round-the-clock demand of career, family, social life, and community involvement cut back on a person’s sleep. Too many nights of sleeping less than what is adequate is partly responsible for having low energy levels that impact on a person’s performance at work, at home and beyond. In general, a person’s concentration and the amount and quality of his work decline by 30% because of lack of sleep. Related: 5 Healthy Habits To Help You Sleep According to a 2008 Sleep in America Poll conducted by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF), almost 50 million Americans have sleeping problems that adversely affect their personal, home and work life. 29% of the poll respondents dozed off or became sleepy at work, 36% fell asleep or became drowsy on the wheels, and 20% had their sex life affected.

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Sometimes there just isn't enough coffee in the world to wake us up in the morning - But how do you make sure you're getting good, quality Z's at night? Here are five healthy habits to help you sleep: Related: 3 Healthy Eating Habits That Will Help Boost Your Productivity

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