According to the National Sleep Foundation, healthy sleep habits can make a big difference in one’s quality of life. The group’s first recommendation is to stick to a regular sleep schedule for retiring and awakening, even on the weekends. This helps to regulate the body’s clock and is helpful to falling asleep. While this advice is supported by considerable medical research, it, unfortunately, is nearly impossible for most pilots to adopt due to our varied work schedules. ...


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