Windowless work spaces can cause sleep deprivation

Windowless work spaces can cause sleep deprivation

Chamomile tea, a warm glass of milk before bed and removing all electronic devices from your bedroom – these strategies for combating insomnia could become redundant as experts have revealed the real secret to a good night’s sleep could lie in where you sit at work.

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Comments (1)

  • Michelle L
    Michelle L
    Wed, 6 Aug 2014 10:38am BST
    I would be inclined to agree with this study, as someone who spent 2 years in an office with no natural light at all and an appalling sleeper, I moved jobs 9 months ago where I was in an office with a window, and now a seat next to the window, my sleep pattern has improved drastically. I am not going to go as far as to say this has been the sole reason for the change in my sleeping, but could go some way to explain it.....interesting to know!

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