Within the walls of our own homes, the normal world may seem pretty silent, but the roads are not empty and in many cases, there are construction workers, nurses, doctors, and even food service employees coming home after working double shifts. With all the anxieties that come from working in a world under this pandemic quarantine, one injury prevention expert out of Texas has been reminding families of the risks that come with driving drowsy
Stress brings sleepless nights, especially if our schedules–and everyone else’s in the family–have been turned upside down. Many currently have to pick up extra jobs or extra shifts… Do your best to get a good night’s sleep, even take power nap in the afternoon. Adjust your work schedules if necessary. Your bosses will understand. Especially if you’re a health professional and working extended shifts, find a place to get a little sleep at your place of business instead of trying to drive home.
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