March 25, 2017 3 min read
Remember the days of fathers pulling leisurely into the driveway after an 8 hour workday? They open the front door to the smell of a delicious dinner and their loyal dog holding the slippers. After a leisurely meal, dad settles into his easy chair for a relaxing evening watching baseball or the news. By 9:30, it’s lights out for a peaceful sleep. If that scene ever existed, it’s seems like an alternate universe. Most dads today are overworked, stressed out, and exhausted from a day that is only half over when they leave the office. Between meal prep, soccer practice, band recitals, science projects and odd jobs around the house, dads play the role of everyone from chef to chauffeur. And the one thing they don’t get enough of is sleep. For many dads, the motto “I’ll sleep when I’m dead” may be more prophesy than comedy. Lack of sleep can be extremely damaging to their overall health. Here are some ways sleep help makes you a better dad.
Every year in the U.S., approximately 100,000 auto crashes are caused by fatigued drivers. Whether you’re driving to soccer practice at the end of the day or doing drop-offs first thing in the morning, being on the road is a part of being a dad. Ensuring you’re well rested before getting behind the wheel means creating a safe environment for you and your family.
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