National Sleep Day September, 5

National Sleep Day would take place on September 5th. It would be on this day, because it's the day after Labor Day and people work hard and need a brake after Labor Day. During this day you would get to do nothing all day. You would only get up to eat or use the bathroom. You would get your PJ's on and lay in your bed all day. If there was school on that day it would be canceled. Everyone gets work off and nobody goes out. Everyone stays home and sleeps.

Sleep improves your memory; during sleep you can strengthen memories or "practice," skills learned while you were awake.
"A good nights sleeps can really help a moody person decrease their anxiety." You get emotionally stable when you sleep.

People don't take Sleep seriously. Sleep is essential to our lives. We couldn't live without it. Sleep deprivation can cause high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke. This day also tells people they need to sleep and it feels great to sleep. Before you sleep you sleep your whole family needs to drink hot cocoa or warm milk.

"Sleep can definitely reduce levels of stress, and with that people can have better control of their blood pressure."
Children between the ages of 10 and 16 who have Sleep disordered breathing, which includes snoring, sleep apnea, and other types of interrupted breathing during sleep are more likely to have problems with attention and learning, according to a study done in 2010.
Researchers at the University of Chicago found that dieters who were rested lost fat- 56% of their weight loss, than those who were sleep deprived.

A Stanford University study found that college football players who tried to sleep at least 10 hours a night for seven to eight weeks improved their average sprint time and had less daytime fatigue and more stamina.

A lack of sleep can result in ADHD-like symptoms in kids, a 2009 study in the journal Pediatrics found that children ages seven to eight who got less than eight hours of sleep a night were more likely to be hyperactive, inattentive, and impulsive.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported in 2009 that being tired accounted for the highest number of fatal single-car run-off-the-road crashes due to the driver's performance-even more than alcohol!

A study published in Clinical and Experimental Dermatology found that "good sleepers," recovered better after ultraviolet light exposure, and their skin also recovered more quickly after having tape stripped off of it.

Adolescents who have sleeping problems are more likely to develope problems abusing alcohol-though it's also true that people who abuse alcohol have trouble sleeping well.


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