Sleep Deprivation

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Sanaz Neshatdoust
ESL 53 B
Essay # 4
4/30/2013
Sleep Deprivation
The problem of sleep deprivation is not new and yet more and more people becoming victims of the consequences that of sleep deprivation. People could not sleep enough because they have too many things to do, but sleep deprivation makes their lives difficult. Also, stress can cause people sleepiness, and so can illnesses or some other distraction. There are also some specific diseases that are related to sleep disorders, and they can also affect a person's sleeping pattern, such as chronic insomnia, and sleep apnea-a condition where breathing stops repeatedly during the night. There are several consequences of sleep deprivation to society at work, at school, and on the road. Workers cannot work well at work, students cannot learn well at school, and divers cannot control their body and mind while driving; so it makes adverse effects in society. People could not sleep enough because they have too many things to do but sleep deprivation makes their lives difficulty. In fact, they sleep less to do their work but lack sleep fall back people from work. 2222222222222222222222 Sleep deprivation is a huge productivity killer at work because it affects the brain; as a result, sleep is a necessary and vital biological function of the person. Lack of sleep causes memory loss; as a result, a person's mental and physical performance is low, so workers cannot concentrate on their function. Also, they may have more problems with clients or even their employers. 22222222222222222222222 Sleep deprivation can affect students at school as well. Many students are late to school because of sleep deprivation. Lack of sleep affects students ability to function at school. Also, sleep deprivation can affect mood, performance, attention, learning, behavior, and biological functions. In less clinical terms, daytime sleepiness makes it difficult to concentrate and learn, or who...
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