Fatigue & Microsleep

People who fall asleep for more than a few minutes are often aware of those lapses. Drivers may not be aware of shorter lapses and "microsleeps", which can also have serious consequences when a quick reaction is needed to avoid a crash. Most people are not aware of how drowsiness affects their driving performance, even … Continue reading Fatigue & Microsleep

Fatigue & Nutrition

Not eating enough or eating the wrong food can cause fatigue. Foods high in sugar and simple carbohydrates can cause your blood sugar to peak and crash. Always eat a healthy breakfast that includes protein and complex carbohydrates to avoid fatigue and keep your energy levels stable. Hidden food allergies can make you sleepy. If … Continue reading Fatigue & Nutrition