27 Sleep Memes For Those Who Can’t Sleep

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About 2 years ago, a survey was conducted by Amerisleep, a mattress company showed that people are happy because they get good sleep.

On average, a “happy person” gets 6-8 hours of sleep every night. Those who get fewer could be happy too often but run into problems that originate due to the lack of quality sleep. This results in stress which takes a toll on happiness levels.

Don’t worry. You’re not alone.

I have compiled a couple of memes related to sleep which will definitely make your day if you’ve been feeling sleep deprived and I hope you’ll get a good round of sleep tonight.

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Sleep Deprivation | A Pocket-Friendly Checklist

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We tend to forget that a good round of sleep is necessary for the body to operate normally and prevent sleep deprivation. A study conducted in 2016 revealed that 1 in every 3 adults face sleep deprivation on a regular basis.

Sleep deprivation is a condition that affects your overall health and it's normally due to stress, anxiety, depression and poor sleeping habits. Click To Tweet

In this article, you’ll find a very simple checklist to combat sleep deprivation, that you can add to your notes, take a screenshot or download, to keep it handy.

Before that, let’s address the main question. Continue reading “Sleep Deprivation | A Pocket-Friendly Checklist”

Sleep Internship | Get Paid to Sleep

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If you’re thinking this is clickbait, you’ve misunderstood, fellow sleeper.

Have you ever thought what your dream job would be like? Not in the mood to think?

That’s okay. I’ll help you visualise.

Imagine you can sleep on the job, with your team members rooting for you and singing you lullabies to help you doze off, even if you were to wake up due to the slightest disturbance.

Sounds like a dream that’s too good to be true? Well, I’ve got news for you then.

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