Essays on Sleep

Sleep Experiments And Sleep Deprivation

Case Study 1 In December 1963, two boys decided that it would be a good idea to stay awake for as long as possible for a school project. 17-year-old Randy Gardner managed to stay awake for 11 days and 25 minutes. They had planned to observe their cognitive abilities themselves but failed to do so...
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Sleep And Its Relation To Human Well-being

“Sleep is for the weak”, a phrase often heard in today’s tech world and on any teenager’s chat groups. We find it cool pulling all-nighters and roaming around with dark circles shadowing under our eyes. Oftentimes, whilst binge-watching our favourite web series, studying for next day’s test or when cramming up assignments at the very...
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Arguments Regarding The Importance Of Sleep In College

College is typically the prime time in life. With exams, clubs, and work, many students find themselves overwhelmed with responsibilities. Sleep soon becomes a luxury instead of a necessity and before they know it, the phrase “sleep is for the weak” defines their poor sleeping schedule. That brings us to these questions: what does sleep...
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Meaning And Importance Of Sleep For Adolescent

Every adolescent either loves or hates having to go to sleep at night, but one thing that can be proven is that children that get more sleep at night are known to perform better in school. All teenagers are going to want to get as much sleep as they possibly can, but the more sleep...
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Sleep Apnea Or Pickwickian Syndrome

Sleep apnea also prior known as Pickwickian Syndrome was not prevalent until the discovery of it during 1837 by doctor Charles Dickens, but it was not later acknowledged until the late 20th century. Sleep Apnea is an obstructive sleep disorder that occurs during a person’s sleep cycle. It affects a person’s ability to breathe through...
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Negative Effects Of Sleep Deprivation

Negative Effects of Sleep Deprivation: We all know that everyone hates waking up early in the morning yet almost every week, most of Australian high school students begin class before eight thirty in the morning. Instead of being energetic and ready to learn, most teenagers can barely remain awake and focus on work. It is...
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Improving Health And Sleep

The girl looking back at me in the mirror today is different compared to the girl in the mirror a month ago. My English professor assigned us to research and write a paper on health, and to implement the change for a month. According to one of the books I used in my research, The...
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Sleep: Adverse Childhood Experiences

Sleep is known as an important part of our daily routine. As humans, we spend about one-third of our life sleeping. Without sleep we cannot form or maintain the necessary pathways in our brain that allow us to learn, retain information, and develop. Sleep can also affect our brains, heart, lungs, immune system, mood, and...
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Sleep Versus Dream: Critical Analysis of Paintings

The theme I have chosen is the Dream/Sleep theme. These two arts share comparable themes. The first painting, Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee Around a Pomegranate a Second Before Awakening (nicknamed Dream) is by Salvador Dali. This painting was finished in 1944 and is of a sleeping figure of Gala. Gala appears...
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