Recurring tiredness seems to be the new normal for a growing number of people, regardless of their age or background, reports USA Today.

In July, a survey conducted by the National Safety Council found that 97% of Americans have at least one of the leading risk factors for fatigue, which include working at night or in the early morning, working long shifts without breaks and working more than 50 hours per week. Forty-three percent of respondents said they do not get enough sleep to think clearly at work, make informed decisions and be productive.