Asleep on the Job?
Find ways to boost your alertness and boost productivity at work.
By Jennifer Warner
Reviewed By Brunilda Nazario
Eyes glazing over in front of the computer screen? Nodding off at a meeting? Headed to the vending machine for a mid-afternoon pick-me-up?
You're not alone. Packed schedules at home and at work can make it all too easy to fall asleep on the job. But getting enough energy to make it through your workday and still have something left in the tank when you get home doesn't have to be a struggle.
Here are some tips to help you feel energized throughout the day.
SOURCES: WebMD Feature: "Rev Up Your Energy." WebMD Feature: "Foods to Fight Fatigue." WebMD Medical News: "Warm Offices Help Employee Productivity." WebMD Feature: "13 Healthy Habits to Improve Your Life." WebMD Medical News: "Effects of a Bad Day at Work Rarely Last Long."
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