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13/6/2011

sleep  deprivation

sleep deprivation


sleep  deprivation

sleep deprivation


sleep  deprivation

sleep deprivation


sleep  deprivation

sleep deprivation


sleep  deprivation

sleep deprivation


sleep  deprivation

sleep deprivation


sleep  deprivation

sleep deprivation


sleep  deprivation

sleep deprivation


sleep  deprivation

sleep deprivation


sleep  deprivation

sleep deprivation


Sleep deprivation can lead to fatigue, learning and concentration difficulties and accidents. Children who do not get enough sleep may display symptoms 28 Jan 2011 As noted above, people often accept sleep deprivation or insomnia as the price of living in a hectic world, and rarely consider that an Sleep deprivation is a commonplace occurrence in modern culture. Every day there seems to be twice as much work and half as much time to complete it in. Not sleeping enough and not sleeping well is not OK. Sleep deprivation is the condition of not having enough sleep; it can be either chronic or acute. A chronic sleep-restricted state can cause fatigue,
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