Formal Informative Outline
General Purpose: To inform.
Specific purpose: Sleep is a precious gift that allows people to rest. Not getting enough rest on a constant basis can lead to greater problems, even death Organizational Pattern:
I. Blame It On the Light Bulb. College students and individuals around the world are suffering from a health problem that can be more detrimental to their health than some forms of cancer. What is it? Sleep Deprivation II. People are losing sleep daily, in such a fashion that most have trouble staying awake during work, driving, or even in class. III. I have learned a lot about sleeping disorders during the past three years being in college, and I did additional research for this speech. IV. Sleep deprivation is a serious medical situation that can harm your everyday life. Sleep disorders are a highly common medical issue that affects millions of Americans each year. Without adequate rest, the brain's ability to function quickly deteriorates. Today I’m going to explain what sleep deprivation is, causes for the problem, how to remedy the problem, and how to test yourself to see if you suffer from sleep deprivation. (Transition: let’s start with the nature of sleeping disorders. I will start with the definition of what a sleeping deprivation is) Body
I. What is Sleep Deprivation?
A. Sleep Deprivation (CancerWEB’s Online Medical Dictionary) – the condition of being deprived of sleep either under experiment or under real life conditions, as distinguished from being unable to sleep. Sleep Deprivation can even effect acne development, and cause bad hair days.
B. The Cold was thought to be one of the greatest inflictions among Americans, when it is actually drowsiness. (Stedman, “Tired of being, Tired”) a. 40 percent of American adults admit that their work suffers when they are sleepy. b. Even more so, College students suffer more than anyone with...
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