Lack of sleep costing economy $21.4 billion or 80,000 workdays: Study

Cellphones, long commutes, poor habits contributing to lower productivity

A lack of sleep is costing the Canadian economy dearly by taking a $21.4-billion or 1.35 per cent bite out of the GDP, according to a study — resulting in the loss of 80,000 workdays each year.

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