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Lack of sleep and poor productivity costs U.S. $411 billion every year

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Experts at Spa Seekers reveal that sleep deprivation is has become so wide-spread throughout some parts of the world, that it is having a significant impact on the global economy.

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According to research group RAND, the United States is the global leader with poor sleep costing its economy $411 billion every year.

In a separate report, RAND Europe discovered sleep deprivation in the UK workforce costs the economy £40.2 billion in loss of productivity and estimates this will steadily rise in cost to £47 billion by 2030, if current trends continue.


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