Coordinating work, body clocks improves shift worker ‘social jetlag’: study
March 16, 2015
Munich, Germany – Adjusting work schedules can help shift workers get more sleep and improve their “social jetlag,” indicates a recent study from Ludwig-Maximilian-University.
Social jetlag is the difference between a person’s sleep pattern on workdays and free days. Click here to read more.
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