Sleep & Travel

Drowsy Driving vs. Drunk Driving: How Similar Are They?

Everyone knows that getting behind the wheel after drinking is a bad idea, but driving when drowsy can be just as deadly.

Jet Lag and Sleep

Have you ever felt exhausted after a long flight? You probably experienced jet lag! Learn more about jet lag and how you can avoid it.

Drowsy Driving

Your eyelids droop and your head starts to nod. Yawning becomes almost constant and your vision seems blurry. You blink hard, focus your eyes and suddenly realize that you’ve veered onto the shoulder or into oncoming traffic for a moment and quickly straighten the wheel. This time you were lucky; next time you could become the latest victim of the tragedy of drowsy driving.

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