Picture this. You wake up one morning and it’s time for you to fix yourself or else you’ll be late. You’ve barely slept and spent most of the time staring at the ceiling. You’re stressed and you want to get back to sleep. As a last resort, you take sleeping pills only to find yourself the next day to be dazed, dizzy and weak at work. You decide to stop the pills and try to sleep normally but once again find yourself faced with the same dilemma. Even if you’re already tired to the bone and look like a raccoon with your perennial eye bags, you still just can’t sleep.
You are not alone. In today’s fast-paced society, sleep deprivation is very common. People nowadays seemed to be so tied up with workspending many hours at the office. At home, even as they lie down in bed, getting rest is such a challenge. They can’t get their mind of their work and other matters that float inside their head.
Importance of sleep
Needless to say, sleep is very important in the development of one’s body. Health experts and research have already shown that lack of sleep adversely affect people mentally and physically....