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    teens are not getting enough sleep, but is absolutely vital that they do. The best solution for this is starting school later because not only are teens not getting enough sleep, but schools should also start later because starting school earlier encourages irregular sleep patterns and it is difficult for them to wake up and go to sleep earlier. To be fair there are some people that may say that people get plenty of sleep already. However, this is simply not true. For example nationwidechildrens.org states, “Adolescents are notorious for not getting enough sleep. The average amount of sleep that…

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    Barbell Shrugged

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    One of the most common ‘New Year’s Resolutions’ is to get fit. Depending on the person, this can mean losing weight, gaining muscle or just being active. The podcast Barbell Shrugged, hosted by Mike Bledsoe and Doug Larson, is updated weekly with new content related to weightlifting and training. The topics vary greatly, ranging from How to Fix Your Lower Back to The Pros and Cons of Scaling Workouts. For each week’s topic, the hosts bring a special guest with an expertise in the area to be…

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    This New Year is going to be like no other, considering the fact that it began on a Monday. Even though Sunday is technically the start of a new week, Monday is really the day when you go out there and work hard, as it is known as the day when you have to go back to school or work. This makes me feel as if I can accomplish so much more than I already have in previous years. The previous year, 2017, is put behind me and I have the whole year of 2018 ahead of me to accomplish many goals. In 2018 I…

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    According to American academy of sleep medicine (American academy of sleep medicine, 2010), circadian rhythm sleep disorders (CRSD) results from timing when a person is awake and when sleeps. Humans have an internal clocks in the brain called suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN), where primary circadian rhythm help control the body sleep-wake cycle. This circadian clock is set by visual stimulation using light and darkness using the eyes and guides. Some examples of circadian rhythm sleep disorders…

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    toothache and the other one is insomnia. Hard to sleep, it is a common problem for modern people. Sleep is the most important body activity, especially for children and teenagers. Our brain and body organs can be relaxed during sleep time. An adult needs seven to eight hours sleep per night. For me, a girl, if I lack of sleep, my face color will turn to dull yellow, which is super ugly, and pimple will grow on my face. Lacking of sleep is harming your body, and it can show up on your face. How…

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    several reasons that can influence the amount of sleep each individual is able to get. People should not only take school and work into consideration when talking about sleep habits, but also think about the stress situations that is in someone’s life that could lead an individual to have anxiety and in many cases, it could lead to insomnia. In some other cases, the stress level could also lead to depression, causing an individual to want to sleep more and to not get out of bed. The important…

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    Sleep Related Amnesia

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    Sleep is by far the most mysterious part of our day. Sleep takes up nearly one third of our life, yet the general population know surprisingly very little about it (Randall). Some people have given up on their alarm clock, because it never wakes them up. Yet in reality the real reason for this is a sleep related amnesia in which one does not remember doing something right before one falls asleep. REM, rapid eye movement, sleep is a period of sleep that occurs about 70 to 90 minutes after a…

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    This book “Nightmares”, written by Patrick McNamara, is a detailed description on the science and solution of the frightening visions during sleep. The author McNamara, studied at the University of Massachusetts Boston and majored in Philosophy. After working at Boston’s drug and alcohol detox center, he became interested in disorders of the mind and brain. He then transferred to Boston University and changed his major to neuropsychology. He went on to get his Ph.D. in Behavioral Neuroscience.…

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    she was very young. I still remember that day when we used to sleep together, she screamed very loudly and walking around the room along while sleep. Once she wakes up with very violent and frightened dream then she couldn’t able to sleep as normal like before, So during that period, her parents usually used to make her feel slept by telling the story of the angel. However, her parents were unsuccessful to find out the right treatment for her due to the lack of physoclists and hospital. On the…

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    (Fake sleeping) Oh, sorry. I just fell asleep, while standing. Wow, that’s super strange. It must be because I didn’t get a good night’s sleep last night. Or maybe it’s because I got up early this morning. I get up early and look like a zombie, to go to school 5 days a week. Next year, I will be driving to school with my brothers and how will be able to do that if I am barely even awake in the car when I’m not behind the wheel? Well, maybe we should change that so myself and all the other…

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