Nelson Mandela Bay insomniacs speak out

Lack of sleep affects Port Elizabeth night owls in diverse ways


Port Elizabeth insomniacs have shared their bedroom stories of sleeping only two hours a night and the effect this has on their productivity and happiness. This after the publication of a Stellenbosch study showing that sleep-deprived employees are at higher risk of life-threatening chronic illness and disability, more likely to cause workplace accidents, less productive and more absent.

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