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TODAY   |  January 09, 2014

Dangerous driving: ‘Micro sleep’ at the wheel

A new study reveals that 45 percent of male drivers and 22 percent of women said they experience “micro sleep” while driving, a light form of snoozing lasting five to 10 seconds and caused by fatigue.

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>> texting while driving is dangerous. men and women say they've experienced microsleep at the wheel, an episode of light sleep