shift work health

A 2012 study in the journal Academic Emergency Medicine administered several cognition tests to emergency department physicians
Welcome to Thrive on Live with @CaroMT. About 15 percent of full-time workers in the U.S. work the overnight shift. We question whether sleeping during the day and working through the night affects sleep cycles and overall health.
“There is low-quality evidence that melatonin improves sleep length after a night shift but not other sleep quality parameters
Almost 15 million American adults don't work the typical 9-to-5, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
In addition to long-term effects, shifting your sleep has an immediate impact on how you feel and function. If you are unable to change your work time, you can still minimize the short-term negative effects of shifting your sleep schedule with behavioral interventions such as light therapy, keeping a consistent shift, moderate caffeine consumption and scheduled naps.
A recent study looked at the link between overnight shift work during midlife and cognitive (basic mental function) decline
A mantra I have with clients is "Control the things you can control." In your case, sleep and diet are two things that you
Researchers at the University of Quebec and the Centre INRS-Institut Armand-Frappier looked at whether working the night
The study in the journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine included 210 women who developed breast cancer, and 900
The study included 21 people who were put completely in the hands of the researchers for almost six weeks. The researchers