Sleep: The Key to Your Door
By David Wahrhaftig
ave you ever wondered to yourself what is holding you back from achieving any ordinary task in your everyday life?
By now, you are doubting why you do not perform as effective as you think you can.
In your daily life, you experience the lack of concentration , good judgment, and a healthy immune system. And that's not all, many people suffer from hallucination, blurred vision, slurred speech, memory loss, nausea and paranoia. In fact you might be experiencing any of these syndromes at the moment.
Many people have difficulty with a simple situation, and require a greater effort than necessary in order to accomplishing it. There are endless causes why an average human being cannot perform to his/hers expectations. You are being concealed from being happier, smarter, healthier and more relaxed.
The source of all these symptoms is the lack of sleep. Most people do not get enough sleep. Studies show that people at different ages require a different amount of sleep each night. Teenagers need about 9 hours of sleep a night, adults between 7-8 hours. But most people in their particular age group do not get the required sleep necessary for them to accessed in daily activities.
People who do not get enough sleep each night utilize healthcare more frequently and usually suffer from stress, depression, anxiety, and alcohol abuse.
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