Sleep deprivation-Vivian

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Sleep deprivation-Vivian

  1. 1. SleepDeprivation
  2. 2. Scenario
  3. 3. Sleep Deprivation
  4. 4. EffectsMood:
  5. 5. EffectsMood:-Lack of Motivation
  6. 6. EffectsMood:-Lack of Motivation-Feeling Anxious
  7. 7. EffectsPerformance
  8. 8. EffectsPerformancea lack of concentration
  9. 9. EffectsPerformancea lack of concentrationLonger reaction times
  10. 10. Effects Performancea lack of concentrationLonger reaction timesMake poorer decisions
  11. 11. Who is commonly affected by sleep deprivation?
  12. 12. Who is commonly affected by sleep deprivation? Students
  13. 13. Who is commonly affected by sleep deprivation? Students Adolescences
  14. 14. Who is commonly affected by sleep deprivation? Students Adolescences Police Officers
  15. 15. Who is commonly affected by sleep deprivation? Students Adolescences Police Officers Common work people
  16. 16. Who is commonly affected by sleep deprivation? Police officerswork 2,000 hoursof overtime a year
  17. 17. Problems
  18. 18. According to National Highway Traffic SafetyAdministration,
  19. 19. According to National Highway Traffic SafetyAdministration, drowsy driving leads to 56,000 motoraccidents and 1,500 deaths each year.
  20. 20. Health IssuesDiabetes
  21. 21. Health IssuesDiabetesHigh Blood Pressure
  22. 22. Health IssuesDiabetesHigh Blood PressureWeaker Immune System
  23. 23. Health IssuesDiabetesHigh Blood PressureWeaker Immune SystemIncreased appetite
  24. 24. Ways to Cope with Sleep Deprivation
  25. 25. Ways to Cope with Sleep Deprivation Avoiding caffeine
  26. 26. Ways to Cope with Sleep Deprivation Power nap
  27. 27. Ways to Cope with Sleep Deprivation Sleep Medications
  28. 28. Ways to Cope with Sleep Deprivation Extra Sleep to make up Sleep Loss
  29. 29. Conclusion
  30. 30. “Sleep is the most important predictorof how long you will live,Perhaps more important than whetheryou smoke, exercise, or have high bloodpressure” -William Dement

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