#Sleep disorders “affect all racial groups and genders,” said Twery. They “increase the risk of stroke, cardiovascular disease, mortality, hypertension, and obesity.” Sleep controls our memory filters, affects our dreams, inspirations, and emotional responses, so not getting enough can be very detrimental to our health. Fitness Health, Disorder Hawaiirehab, Psychobabbl Newsletter, Sleeping Disorder, Psychology Disorder, Group Therapy Insomnia, Sleep Disorder
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16 Things You Didn't Know About Sleep. #7 really bothers me. All personalities are different. To say that someone should be locked away (e.g. straight jacket) because they don't dream at night and therefore must be insane is horrible. We are on our way to punishing the thought crime in 1984.
I used to worry, thought I was goin' mad in a hurry Gettin' stress, makin' excess mess in darkness No electricity, something's all over me, greasy But there's no release, no peace I toss and turn without cease Like a curse, open my eyes and rise like yeast But now I keep myself pepped Deeper still, that night I write by candle light I find insight, fundamental movement, uh So when it's black this insomniac take an original tack Keep the beast in my nature under ceaseless attack
Why You Need More Sleep (Infographic). Did you know that the average American spends 7.5 hours in bed but only sleeps for 6? Or that sleeping for only 5 hours increases your chance of being overweight by 73 percent! These are just a few of the interesting facts about why you need sleep in this infographic.