We have always been told about how important sleep is. Professionals have been emphasizing that we all need 7-9 hours of sleep. However, in our hectic schedules it is difficult for most of us to clock in even six hours as we have enough responsibilities at work and at home. As a result, we always think about compromising our sleep in order to meet our requirements. We often start our day with a kick of caffeine and don’t necessarily understand how tired, exhausted our body actually is. We feel that we are managing our work fine, but don’t necessarily understand the detrimental effect poor quality sleep has on our work and also on our health.