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Tactical naps, caffeine jolts: Military sleep study recommends new policies for better troop rest | Military.com

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In a study titled “Study on Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Readiness of Members of the Armed Forces,” soldiers not having enough sleep are more prone to accidents. This is because sleep deprivation affects not only their physical health, but also their mental health and readiness. Not getting enough sleep exposes the military to different problems, including poor performance, traumatic brain injury, and so much more.

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