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Self-reported sleep and sleep deficiency in Navy warships

Journal of Sleep Disorders: Treatment and CareISSN: 2325-9639

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Self-reported sleep and sleep deficiency in Navy warships

The prevalence of insufficient sleep raises significant public health and human performance concerns across all demographics, and can be linked to many factors, including work-life demands and electronic stimulation. Insufficient rest is particularly dangerous for high-hazard occupations that require continuous tasks in which extended periods of time and circadian musicality interruption probably influence rest amount and quality Weakness is an immediate result of lacking rest and adds to blunders and setbacks in both business and military oceanic tasks.

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