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Sleep deprivation5

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Sleep deprivation5

  1. 1. Scenario 
  2. 2. Sleep Deprivation: 
  3. 3. Effects  Mood:Feel AnxiousLack motivation
  4. 4. Effects  Performance:Lack concentrationLonger reaction timesMake poorer decisions
  5. 5. Who is commonly affected by sleep deprivation?  Common work people Students Adolescents Police Officers
  6. 6. Police officerswork 2,000 hoursof overtime each year
  7. 7. Problem Drowsy driving leads to56,000 motor accidents1,500 deaths each year.
  8. 8. Health Issues Diabetes
  9. 9. Health Issues DiabetesHigh Blood Pressure
  10. 10. Health Issues DiabetesHigh Blood PressureWeaker immune system
  11. 11. Health Issues DiabetesHigh Blood PressureWeaker immune systemIncreased appetite
  12. 12. Ways to Cope with Sleep Deprivation Caffeine
  13. 13. Ways to Cope with Sleep Deprivation Power nap
  14. 14. Ways to Cope with Sleep Deprivation Sleep Medications
  15. 15. Ways to Cope with Sleep Deprivation Extra Sleep to make up Sleep Loss
  16. 16. Conclusion 
  17. 17. “Sleep is the most important predictor of how long you will live, perhaps more important thanwhether you smoke, exercise, orhave high blood pressure” -William Denment
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