Sleep well to improve your safety and the safety of others.
Since lack of sleep can be detrimental, especially when you are behind the wheel, being responsible for your well-being and the well-being of others can make all the difference in the world.
- Avoid getting behind the wheel if you haven’t had a good night’s sleep.
Falling asleep while driving, or experiencing a microsleep (a momentary loss of concentration), frequently ends in car crashes and lost lives.
- Recognize that your bad mood, emotional turmoil, and aggression may be a result of a lack of sleep.
Understanding your psychological state and attributing it to a lack of sleep may help you prevent disasters in your professional and private life.
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