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Half of all health care workers who work the night shift get less than six hours of sleep a day. They drink caffeine to stay alert, but many still struggle to keep from involuntarily dozing. And one in four night shift nurses resort to staying awake for at least 24 hours to adjust to changing schedules.

Nurses struggle with night-shift sleepiness