How Your Bedtime Is Affecting Your Job Performance

Tips for Coping with Work When You Have a Sleep Disorder

Advice for Delayed Sleep Sufferers

"For those with delayed sleep phase syndrome who have to get up in the morning, but can't fall asleep in the evening, their sleep debt keeps building and threatens their health," says Mansbach. "Chronic sleep deprivation increases the risk of many serious diseases, including cancer and diabetes, as well as depression, fibromyalgia, and others. It degrades productivity and learning, and increases the chance of accidents. It's really important to get enough sleep on a regular basis."

Click here for Part II of this series on night owls with delayed sleep phase syndrome. You’ll meet a night owl who flew the 9-to-5 coop to go solo as a freelance writer.
Click here for Part III where you meet a real-life worker with DSPS who shares his tricks on surviving at work with a sleep disorder.
Click here for Part IV where you get career advice from a person with DSPS.