You may wonder why bosses taking the time to address a personal health issue like fatigue. Fatigue is a technical term for feeling tired, drowsy or sleepy. Fatigue and falling asleep are serious safety risks. The relationship between fatigue and workplace accidents is well supported and documented in various government and organisational investigations. If you are fatigued, your performance may become impaired. Your response times in critical situations may become slower. And your ability to get to and from work safely may be compromised.
Sleep, or lack of it, is the major contributing factor in fatigue. Not getting enough sleep, your body clock and our sleep cycles all contribute to sleep debt which affects your health in many ways.
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