Sleep Well

| January 15, 2017

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The Horrors Of Sleep Deprivation

They say live now and sleep when you’re dead. But did you know that a lack of sleep can actually kill you? OK – before you panic, it’s not been proven that any human has actually died from total sleep deprivation. But rodents used in an experiment to record the effects of zero sleep met their end. The biological and neurological effects of insomnia are hazardous to your health. The changes to blood pressure and blood glucose levels can even be lethal for some.

Sleeplessness and insomnia can kill and harm us in other ways. Falling asleep at the wheel, lashing out at our kids, and telling the boss exactly what we think of him are just some of the things that can happen. Weight gain, fatigue, snoring and hormone imbalances are just some of the symptoms of poor sleep. But what can you do to guarantee a good night of quality sleep each night? ‘Sleep Well’ explores the issues that cause sleep deprivation, the effects of poor quality versus good quality sleep, and offers advice on how to sleep better starting tonight.

Why You Need To Sleep Well

  • The physical, mental, and emotional nightmare of sleep deprivation
  • How learning, memory, and health are affected by sleep
  • How and why sleep works
  • Overcoming pain, stress, brain fog, weight gain, and moodiness with better sleep
  • Top tips and ideas to help you sleep better starting tonight

 
Follow the five easy to digest chapters to achieve great sleep every night. See the improvements good quality sleep can bring to your life. Find out more about why sleeping is the most important thing you can do for your mental, emotional, and physical well-being. This simple and succinct guide might be just the thing to help alleviate your sleeping difficulties – starting tonight.
 
 
 

Sleep Deprivation Costs Thousands of Lives and Billions of Dollars

Everyone suffers the occasional sleepless night. It’s a common side effect of our lives today. Tragically, the cost of driving while tired can be life itself.

Sleep deprivation is estimated to cost businesses billions of dollars each year as fatigued workers under-perform or fail to turn up for work at all. Insufficient sleep could also be costing hundreds of lives. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates 1550 RTA deaths each year could be attributed to tired drivers. The National Sleep Foundation reports 103 million Americans drive despite feeling drowsy.

There are many causes of sleep disorders – stress at work is perhaps the most common. Sleeplessness alters the way we cope, react, and perform in all areas of our lives. The changes that occur in the brain when sleep is deprived wreak havoc on mood and hormone balance. Of the detrimental effect insomnia has on personal relationships, ‘Sleep Well’ author Sam Wright said, “The amygdala becomes overactive so you might feel more angry and negative about everything around you. And because you’re sleep deprived, you’re going to have little control or ability to rein that anger in. You might tell your boss what you really think of her, or lose your temper while caring for your infant.” The book details possible solutions to help overcome the everyday problems associated with sleeping difficulties including tiredness, pain, stress, and poor attention span.

Sam Wright’s newly released Kindle book titled ‘Sleep Well’ explores the dangers of sleep deprivation and aims to provide some relief. It explains the function of sleep and details the physical, mental, and emotional harm working age insomniacs can suffer. The book is available at the Kindle store across all territories now.

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