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We’re all getting less sleep, but especially those who need it the most.

A recent study from Ball State University found the prevalence of inadequate sleep, defined as seven hours or less, increased from 30.9% in 2010 to 35.6% in 2018.

But it was worse for police officers and health care workers, those who we rely on for our safety and health every day.

It’s a concerning trend that could have dire results.

What are you doing to improve your quantity and quality of your sleep?

Read on to learn more. 

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