With 30 percent of employed adults reporting less than seven hours of sleep each night, it may be that one out of every three people you work with could use a nap. (Photo: ALM)

When it comes to proper sleep habits, it is clear that humans as a whole have not entirely cracked the code. So keen are we to find a way around getting the recommended amount of sleep that numerous websites tout the benefits of "alternative sleep patterns," which supposedly help people fight the sleepiness they feel throughout the day.

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