Sleeping is the key to success.

by kayLachapelle on September 17, 2015 - 10:11pm

Sleeping is the key to everything in life.  Sleep can be considered like food to the brain. What happens to you when you don’t eat? You become moody, angry, tired, which might affect your athletic and academic performances. Not having a good rest or sleep is the same pattern. It can affect your social life, your emotions, your performances and can be very dangerous for your body. The brain is the organ that functions when you sleep. He is the one that needs the rest. The brain is an organ, and when an organ is missing or needs something it will get it, no matter what it takes and you won’t even expect it. Therefore if you are exhausted and think you don’t need sleep, your brain will do it for you and automatically shut down. Reducing your sleep increases your chances of getting ill and injuries.

It is extremely important to always have a good rest. Not having enough sleep limits your learning abilities, your concentration and your interests. Without you even realizing it or wanting yourself to be this way, you become aggressive and everything will seem to irritate you. Teens should have an average of 8 to 10 hours of sleep each night to be able to function at their best capacities.

Everyone should consider sleeping as one of their main priorities. You should never wait until your body crashes itself to finally realize that you need some sleep. You should always listen to your body and stop when it is telling you that you need a rest. When you start to feel tired or feel like your mood is slightly changing, stop everything you are doing and take a little rest. Only 20 minutes can make a huge difference. Always keep in mind that sleeping is the key to success!




I entirely agree with this blog. Sleep is a fundamental part of our overall health, as we literally need to do it in order to survive. Despite this, it is very interesting as people often forget the actual importance of sleep. In fact, according to the National Sleep foundation, 40 million Americans actually suffer from 70 different sleeping disorders. However, I think we should analyse plausible roots of the problem. For example, according to the American Psychological Association, sleeping trouble can be due to obesity, diabetes and alcohol and drug abuse. Maybe we should look within ourselves and our everyday habits in order to identify, as well as solve this precarious issue.

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