Sleepless nights are costing the U.S. $63.2 billion a year in lost productivity, a report said.
A national survey of 7,428 employees covered by health plans found that 23 percent suffered from insomnia, which resulted in a loss of 11.3 days annually, or $2,280 on average per worker, according to the study published today in the journal Sleep.
Results showed insomnia was linked to lower productivity on the job, rather than absenteeism. The researchers calculated lost work time based on the lower work performance.
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