Human beings spend about one third of their lives sleeping. Your body cannot function properly if you don’t get quality sleep. In fact, sleep is a basic need just like food and water. Scientific studies have shown that people who do not sleep adequately are highly likely to experience physical, emotional and psychological problems. Sleep deprivation can also lead to death. In America, sixty percent of adults are not sleeping properly. Most of them are sacrificing their sleep for work. But is it worth it?
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