The Importance Of Sleep Deprivation In Life

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When I was a child, going to bed late was almost like a sin. My mother set rigorous bedtimes for my younger brother and I, and only as we aged were they gradually relaxed. I didn’t get to set my bedtime by myself until I was fifteen, which is how it was for most children that live around here, but I’ve never actually asked, so that’s just an assumption. However, I never really understood how important getting a proper sleep was until I wrecked my sleep schedule to practically no return. By wrecked, I mean I’m still wrecking it, unfortunately, but hopefully reflecting upon my mistakes and gaining new information on the importance of sleep will guide me in a more positive direction concerning my sleep habits.

My poor sleeping habits began most likely in December
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I haven’t really done much to solve my sleeping issues before, but now I’m worried this could affect me in worse ways than just feeling tired in class. What would I do when I start driving? While driving, I have to stay on high alert, no exceptions, for the safety of myself and everyone around me. I have to make a change very soon, and I fully intend to do so. I think I’m going to start by learning to sleep without taking any kind of medication. Once I succeed there, my goal is to go to sleep no later than midnight every night, no exceptions! I also won’t let myself sleep past 10:00 AM, so that I don’t sleep all day. Hopefully all that I have learned and everything I plan on achieving will put me back on track to a beneficial sleeping schedule, and I will do everything I can to maintain said schedule. I’ve already started by not writing this paper at midnight while crying over my due date, I actually wrote it during the day like a normal person. I’m so proud of myself. I think I’m already on the road to

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