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Sleep Loss Effects On Our Life
Everybody experiences a lack of sleep occasionally, so many of us know that it may significantly impair our performance.
Sometimes, however, the situation may become even more serious, increasing the risk of physical injury or permanent illness.
Each year, almost 25,000 people die in car accidents as a result of lack of sleep or sleep deprivation. From time to time we hear stories about tragic accidents that have happened in our neighborhood.
In reality, we often don’t realize that sleep is as necessary for our body to function well as water and food, and we are cutting back on sleep time to do "more important things."
Loss of sleep may sometimes be caused by health problems and other psychological, physical or environmental factors, so it’s always a good idea to consult your healthcare provider.
Occasional sleep loss is not something to worry about. However, If the situation continues, sleep loss accumulates and with time it may result in sleep deprivation with serious physical consequences. Often, lack of sleep has a negative impact on the quality of life, relationships, job, social activities and health.
According to recent studies conducted in some countries, a sleep loss may have the same hazardous effects as being drunk.
toll is being paid by a high rate of traffic and work accidents caused
by sleep deprivation. According to some sources a lack of sleep may
contribute to more than 30% of heavy truck accidents.
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