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Hayley Aitken Major Assignment Image Gallery

  1. 1. 1 Sleepless nights awakens deeper issuesPhoto: Hayley AitkenJust as the sun starts to rise sleepy Sydney siders are stretching their fingers to find the snoozebutton on their alarm.
  2. 2. 2 Sleepless nights awakens deeper issuesPhoto: Hayley AitkenWhy is the snooze feature on an I phone programmed to snooze for 9 minutes? It is believed 10minutes is enough time to send you back into a deep sleep, making you sleepier on wake up.
  3. 3. 3Sleepless nights awakens deeper issuesPhoto: Hayley AitkenSleep deprivation has a significant negative impact on brain function. It decreases yourattention span and prevents the mind from retaining information. Pulling an ‘all nighter’ beforea big presentation at the office, may not be the best plan.
  4. 4. 4Sleepless nights awakens deeper issuesPhoto: Hayley AitkenYou should never go to be angry. “Bedtime is not just about sleep. It is about renewing andmaintaining the couple relationship,” Paul Rosenblatt, specialist in bed sharing, says.
  5. 5. 5 Sleepless nights awakens deeper issuesPhoto: Hayley AitkenBuilding theWall of China, Janet Ainsworth retreats to the couch which creates a physical andemotional wall between her and her partner.
  6. 6. 6Sleepless nights awakens deeper issuesPhoto: Hayley AitkenWaking up in the morning and still needing another nine hours sleep is a common occurrencefor Janet Ainsworth, Mother of two.
  7. 7. 7 Sleepless nights awakens deeper issuesPhoto: CharmaineYuenSanjula Sharma, an expert in sociology, suggests that a detachment from the world, includingtexting, social media and emailing needs to be disconnected when it comes time to go to bed.A ‘do not disturb’ action needs to be firmly put in place for tranquility in the bedroom.
  8. 8. 8 Sleepless nights awakens deeper issuesPhoto: Hayley AitkenThere is a constant battle between caffeinated and decaffeinated beverages.People argue thatcoffee is the solution to their survival, some drinking 5 cups a day. It all begins with an earlymorning fix straight after waking up.
  9. 9. 9 Sleepless nights awakens deeper issuesPhoto: Hayley AitkenOthers believe caffeine is in fact the problem. Sleep sufferer, Janet Ainsworth, has had t0 cutout all caffeine from her diet so she is able to fall asleep at night.
  10. 10. 10 Sleepless nights awakens deeper issuesPhoto: Hayley AitkenIn reality, some of us just need an afternoon nap to make it though to the end of the day. It iswhere we feel most cozy that we have our best sleep.

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