The Importance of Sleep

The Importance of Sleep

You would think that everyone knows about the importance of sleep and therefore most people would be achieving 7-8 hours.  However, as you probably also know, it’s not easy to do.

 

In 2016, The University of Adelaide reported that more than 1 in 3 Australian have some type of sleep deprivation that adversely affected their daytime activity.

 

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The Importance of Sleep

Harvard Medical indicates that lack of sleep has a direct link to chronic disease they also indicate that performance is detrimentally affected with concern that this has a negative impact on our society.

The following are some studies involving the importance of sleep and the repercussions of sleep deprivation:

 

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