While these tricks may make you feel less fatigued, they may not keep you safe ………..Continue reading →
If you are developing a controlled rest procedure, here are 3 rules to keep in mind.
Rule 1: Some sleep is better than no sleep.
Rule 2: The second rule is that more sleep is always better.
Rule 3: The last rule is that sleep inertia needs to dissipate before a napper can be re-engaged in safety critical activities.
There is a movement in fatigue research to use light in shorter bursts to temporarily relieve fatigue and improve performance without suppressing the melatonin. The strategy is called a fatigue countermeasure.Continue reading →
1 AM and Mr. Winston decides it is time to interrupt my deep sleep! He’s only two years old and still finds himself full of energy at the wrong times and especially after a day of hiding out in our … Continue reading →