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    Screen Time Effects

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    game increases blood pressure, and to irregular cholesterol levels. The narrowing of the arteries that reach the eyes are indicators of future risk of heart disease. Another health problem that goes along with screen time and screen media is sleep…

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    The alarm that I had set the night before goes off and I debate hitting snooze and going back to bed, even though I am fully aware that I need to be out of bed and ready by 6:30 am. I am not one to rise before the crack of dawn and run miles to start out my day so I slowly drag myself out of my warm ever so comfortable bed knowing that sleeping in is not an option. This day was to be a day full of first time experiences and once I finished my morning routine, I was enthusiastic to get the day…

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    Paragraph on My Daily Life Question: write a paragraph about “your daily life”. Your paragraph should include the answers to the following question. When do you get up from bed? What do you do in the morning? What is the daily schedule of you studies? When do you attend madrasah and return home? What do you do at night? What do you do no holidays? Answer: Daily life means the routine of daily activities. I am a student. So i always get up early in the mooring. Then i brush my teeth; wash my get…

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    A sleeping pill addiction can be difficult to conquer. Millions of Americans use sleeping pills to help with short-term insomnia. Over time, these sleeping pills can become habit forming. After using them for a long time, the individual may develop an addiction and find it difficult to quit. Handling Withdrawal Symptoms From a Sleeping Pill Addiction When someone quits using sleeping pills, they can go through a variety of different symptoms. Over time, the human body becomes dependent on…

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    Least Dragons Essay

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    Least Dragons’ Social Adaptations Thrag Island poses a great challenge for a solitary species survival, the high quality but, low abundance of the food forces social groups such as the least dragons to find a safe nest and secure the survival of its members, through adaptations such as torpor, social strategies, and food provisioning. Also, one of the fascinating behaviors of these dragons is to cuddle with members of the group which in turn seems to help the dragons to save energy during the…

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    How To Read Literature

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    during the day, emerges and haunts me at night, when I’m alone in the dark in my most vulnerable state. Stories are essentially “the most agreeable way of ignoring life” (Pessoa). In addition to the stories, I listen to music as I drift into my beauty sleep. Music, itself, has it’s own story and emotions, therefore it is a form of literature. Along with my stories, music is a great stress reliever. The musical component adds to my stories, which brings everything together into a great master…

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    Behavior Change Project

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    not think there is a long-term benefit from this behavior change as for me. I strongly hope that it would relapse to the old behavior because ever since I adapted to the new behavior I became lazy. I spent so much time on bed that make me lazy. I sleep a lot more than necessary. Every chance I got, all I want to do is take a nap during the day. At night, as soon as it gets dark I went to bed immediately. I procrastinate a lot more than I usually do. There are some assignments that I forget to do…

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    Caffeine Essay

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    Bright, David,. Pollack, C.P. (2003). Pediatrics, caffeine consumptions and weekly sleep patterns in US seventh-, eighth-, and ninth-graders. Pediatrics, 111, 42-46 By Juliet Elenwo Section 003 Topic Background The idea being this specific study was to identify the effects of the consumption of caffeine on 7th, 8th, and 9th graders and how it progressively affects the sleep patterns on a weekly basis (weekdays and weekends included) based on the amount consumed and the frequency…

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    Why Do We Sleep?

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    Sleep is a great necessity, not a choice in being lazy. As the great Mahatma Gandhi once said “Each night, when I go to sleep, I die. And the next morning, when I wake up, I am reborn.” One can relate a certain truth in his statement regarding sleep. When humans get a good quality night 's rest they feel rejuvenated, healthy, and alert, but when we do not get enough sleep, we show it through lack of concentration and lack of energy both physically and mentally. But in the way that today 's world…

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