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Sleep in America Poll Summary of Findings

Long work days that often extend late into the night are causing Americans to doze on the job, at the wheel, and on their spouses, according to NSF's 2008 Sleep in America poll. Among the poll respondents, 29% fell asleep or became very sleepy at work in the past month, 36% have fallen asleep or nodded off while driving in the past year, and 20% have lost interest in sex because they are too sleepy.

Longer Work Days Leave Americans Nodding Off On the Job

Prolonged work days that often extend late into the night may cause Americans to fall asleep or feel sleepy at work, drive drowsy and lose interest in sex, according to a new Sleep in America poll released today by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF).

Veteran Health Association Executive, David M. Cloud, Named National Sleep Foundation’s Chief Executive Officer

The board of directors of the National Sleep Foundation (NSF), the nation's leading nonprofit sleep education and awareness organization announced today that David M. Cloud, MBA, has been named chief executive officer (CEO).

Quotes on the 2009 Sleep in America Poll™

Quotes for media use on the 2009 Sleep in America poll.

One-Third of Americans Lose Sleep Over Economy

One-third of Americans are losing sleep over the state of the U.S. economy and other personal financial concerns, according to a new poll released today by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF). The poll suggests that inadequate sleep is associated with unhealthy lifestyles and negatively impacts health and safety.

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