Blah. Blah. Blah. You Aren’t Getting Enough Sleep Every few weeks there seems to be a report saying we don’t get enough sleep. Well, here’s the latest. A New York Times article says inadequate sleep is costing the U.S. economy more than $400 billion each year. 1.23 million days of work are lost because people aren’t getting their rest. In the developed world, sleeplessness is rising. Research says 20 to 30 percent of workers complain about lack of sleep. A clinical professor interviewed for the story said, “Inadequate sleep is too easily accepted into the community as part of life.” He said in many work settings, “sleep is an indulgence.” He also said people should be educated about the importance of sleep at a young age.” Finish this: I get ___ hours of sleep on a regular basis.