The Centers for Disease Control says nearly 41 million workers sleep fewer than six hours a day.
Health officials say this puts people at risk for serious and sometimes deadly situations.
The national sleep foundation recommends adults sleep seven to nine hours a night.
Over time, not getting enough sleep can cause cardiovascular problems, obesity, diabetes and depression.
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