For those who drive to work, lack of sleep can be hazardous.
Drowsy driving causes approximately 100,000 car crashes annually, with
younger people being the most at risk. While getting a full night's
sleep before driving is the ideal, taking a short nap before driving can
reduce a person's accident risk. Experts suggest that if you're tired
before you get behind the wheel, try grabbing a "caffeine nap." Drink a
caffeinated beverage, recline your seat, doze for 20 minutes, and wake
up ready to go.