Not getting enough sleep will take a toll on your health and job performance. Robert Oexman, director of the Sleep to Live Institute, tells Business Insider that a "lack of sleep can manifest itself in erratic behavior, short tempers, and bad decision-making."
Workers who are sleep-deprived are more likely to have difficulty remembering details and have a harder time dealing with high-stress situations. And those who regularly skimp on sleep -- getting just one to two hours less than the hours you need -- increase their risk of infection, weight gain, diabetes, and heart disease, says Oexman.
To help you get the rest you need, the author has compiled five easy tricks to fall asleep faster:
Via The Learning Factor