Time is money — even, as it turns out, time you spend sleeping.
Researchers at the University of California, San Diego, found that getting an extra hour of shut-eye each night correlated to a 16% increase in pay. That’s quite a nice tradeoff, given that all you have to do to get it is be unconscious.
But of course, that’s easier said than done; work, schedules, stress and our ever-present mobile devices intrude on our ability to get to sleep and stay asleep. So, just in time for the National Sleep Foundation’s Sleep Awareness Week,
here are a few ways to help you regularly achieve the kind of deep slumber you normally only get on a long vacation.