Americans can't seem to get enough sleep — and it's wreaking havoc on our brains
Prolonged wakefulness isn't just unhealthy; it's downright unscientific. Many of us have heard that successful people work while the lazy are sleeping. However, most don't understand just how harmful this mindset is. Evidence indicates that the relationship between sleep and your health should be as crucial as a good diet. Matthew Rozsa uses the latest research to examine the long and short-term risks of sleep deprivation and discusses the small changes you can make to improve yours.