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Sleep deprivation

  1. 1. Causes Stress – Stress is a major cause of sleep deprivation because it keeps you up at night worrying about whatever is going on in your life. It’s a common cycle to fall into when you are stressed you cannot sleep and from not sleeping you become more stressed. Diet - you may not think that what you eat or drink can effect your sleep, but really it is a major cause of sleep Deprivation. If you do not get the right amount of nutrients your body will signal you by not allowing you to sleep. Also what you drink plays a major roll in how you will sleep. To much caffeine from soda or coffee will make you energized and you will not be able to fall asleep when it is time for you to. Not only does your diet effect how you sleep but also your over all body wellness.
  2. 2. Causes Overwork –the prevalence of how much your job truly effects you is shown in your sleep. To many times kids and parents are staying up late to get things done not allowing them to sleep. Without sleep it ruins your work ethic because you become less motivated and more lazy. If you would get the proper sleep you wouldn’t run into the feeling of over working your self because you would have the energy to get it done when it is supposed to be. Alcohol and drugs – the chemicals in drugs and alcohol effect your bodies chemistry and throws off your normal patterns. One of your normal patters would be sleeping and while with drawing from using or even if one is still using your body is not in its normal mind state and the brain lets it know that by making it hard to fall asleep. Your body may feel tired but the brain is confused by the certain things it is responding to from the drugs and it makes you not able to sleep for hours or even days on end. The slow cycle of falling
  3. 3. Effects When you become sleep deprived it lowers the susceptibility of your immune system un turn making you more vulnerable to getting sick witch could lead to major health problems. Memory loss - when you do not get enough sleep your body is not running at one hundred percent thus not allowing your brain to work at its maximum capacity making you more prone to not remember things which can effect your daily life crucially. Autonomic disorder - which is a visceral dysfunction syndrome, including the function of the circulatory system, digestive system disorder and sexual dysfunction, as a result of this disease, you may be effected by heart disease or stomach illness. Accident - Sleep deprivationwill cause moments of intense sleepiness which could even be while your driving your car. When you do not have the right amount of sleep it is comparable to driving under the influence of alcohol. Every time you step behind the wheel of a car while you are overly tired you are basically driving drunk which is putting other people risk beside yourself.
  4. 4. Effects Obesity – be ready to increase your appetite thus making you fat. If you do not know the lack of sleep is very much related to the appetite level of yours. It is possible to make you obese. With out any energy from sleep you will be more hungry and you will be more likely to lay on the couch due to tiredness. Making you obese. Depression –when one does not get the adequate amount of sleep it makes you feel quite over whelmed with your life. Many times this leads to depression because the people get the hopeless feeling and start to get down on themselves. The simple way to stop this is to just get the right amount of sleep at night.
  5. 5. Prevention Maintain a regular bed-time –a good routine to get into is to set a regular bedtime, eventually your body will become familiar with it and every time you lay down to go to bed your brain will understand it is time to go to bed and you will fall rate sleep. messing up your sleep schedule could cause to become almost nocturnal and not able to sleep at all at night. Work up a sweat –excersing every day is a good way to get all your built up energy out and relieve stress and things that will keep you up at night. It is good idea to get the workout in a couple hours before your bed time because your body will have time to relax and prepare for sleep. Exercise is a great way to keep your sleeping on track. Lose interest –technology is one of the main causes of sleep deprivation because you become so zoned into what your are doing, whether it is watching TV or a movie or surfing the web your brain will continue with what is good at the moment and wont tell you when it is time to go to bed.
  6. 6. Prevention Improvement in Diet & Exercise Habits – by improving the diet your body is getting the right nutrients for it to work on all cylinders thus allowing you to do more activity which will prevent stress and will make you more tired at night thus allowing you to fall asleep. Relaxation Techniques – many people have said that meditating or just relaxing before they prepare for bed allows them to fall asleep easier and stay awake longer. When the body is relaxed it doesn’t have to worry about certain outside distractions such as the television which effects your sleeping habits. Seek medical help immediately if you believe that you might be suffering from sleep deprivation or some other sleep disorders. Before you fall into the major effects of sleep deprivation it is important to see a medical physician as soon as you start noticing the problems you are having.
  7. 7. Personal Expiernces Randy Gardner holds the scientifically documented record for the longest period of time a human being has intentionally gone without sleep not using stimulants of any kind. Gardner stayed awake for 264 hours (11 days), breaking the previous record of 260 hours held by Tom Rounds of Honolulu. Although this one was not scientifically noted the experienced thatThai Ngoc born in 1942, claimed in 2006 to have been awake for 33 years or 11,700 nights, according to Vietnamese news.