Insufficient Sleep is being an Epidemic Public Health problem in our century. More than 35% of American adults have less than 7 hours of daily sleep. It is commonly accepted that Insomnia is not a symptom of other health problems. The medical community accepts it as a distinct disorder now.
So, what are the effects of insufficient sleep on our bodies;
The terms “anxious” and “depressed” get thrown around a lot in casual conversation. Both are normal emotions to experience. But although the biological underpinnings of these problems are similar, anxiety and depression are consciously experienced differently. These two might be considered two sides of the same coin.
The recent studies help scientists to better understand the importance of sleep during childhood and adolescence years. The deprivation of sleep in modern society is having a catastrophic impact on health, wellness, even the safety and education of teens and children.