Sleep Disorders: America's Hidden Nightmare

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National Sleep Alert, 1993 - Hypersomnia - 157 pages
An estimated 20 million people miss between one and three days of work each week because of severe, chronic, debilitating insomnia. And, as many as forty percent of Americans over the age of 60, suffer from some type of sleep apnea. In this study, Dr. Fritz investigates these alarming statistics and attempts to help readers fully understand this serious problem.

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User Review  - jimocracy - LibraryThing

This book delved more into the impact of sleep disorders in various commercial industries than I would have cared to know. Now I will forever be terrified when driving on the freeway. There was some information relevant to me and now I know I only have three sleep disorders to worry about. Read full review


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Roger Fritz writes and speaks from 30 years experience as a manager, corporate executive, university president, and highly successful consultant to over 300 clients, including AT&T, IBM, Pizza Hut, Caterpillar, Sara Lee, and scores of other corporations and organizations. He is the author of 35 books, including You're in Charge, Personal Performance Contracts, Nobody Gets Rich Working for Somebody Else, and The Inside Advantage; and he has produced 25 audio cassettes. His unique People Compatibility Software System is the only computerized product on the market that evaluates compatibility in the workplace. Dr. Fritz's "Productivity and Results" (PAR) in-house training services have enabled hospitals and medical centers to save millions of dollars. His "Performance Based Management" (PBM) system has quadrupled the growth rate of a prominent nationally franchised restaurant chain. His video-based management series has been the core training program for one of the nation's largest companies in the recreation industry.

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