69 Shows To Watch When You Want To Fall Asleep
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2020 has a really rough start.
Remember when you just wanted to stay at home and relax. Well, due to the unfortunate spread of this COVID-19 epidemic, we are forced to stay indoors and avoid social interactions. This wasn’t my idea of a break. Well, anyway, moving on.
All that endless scrolling on social media feeds must have gotten you bored by now. Yep.
You want to rest, but you can’t fall asleep.
You want to read but you don’t have enough energy.
Even music has let you down!
All you need now is something, which is more engaging and relaxing. Or perhaps, boring.
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Sometimes, even though you’ve had a very long and hectic day, and you are completely tired, you just can’t get yourself to sleep.
Your mind and body are totally drained out, but your eyes are wide open staring at the ceiling, even after hours of getting into bed.
I’m pretty sure you can relate.
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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.
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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”
According to reports, millennials are the most sleep-deprived generation which has earned them the title of ‘Tired Generation’.
But that does not mean millennials were the only victims of insomnia. The term “insomnia” first appeared in the dictionary in 1623, which means people were in desperate need of sleep even back then.
Here are more facts.
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