Getting a good night’s sleep is as important to overall health as proper nutrition and being physically active, says the July edition of Workplace Wellness E-Digest.
Published by the Department of Human Resources’ Office of Employee Engagement and Development, the newsletter highlights sleep as a key indicator of well-being.
“Getting the proper amount and quality of sleep not only improves our health, but also our focus, decision-making, and problem-solving ability,” it says.
Articles offer tips for improving the quality of sleep, explore its effect on mood, and debunk some myths on the subject. Read the Workplace Wellness E-Digest.