A sleepless society!
“Good Laughter and Adequate Sleep Are Some of the Unhealthy Sources of Medicine” – Irish Proverb
Every time we dive into a world where we can see and hear at the same time, sleep is one of the most important things that affects us. There is so much that we hear and see that it affects the 24 hours a day, so it can affect up to one-third of our sleep. The result of this condition is not getting enough sleep.
A very busy restaurant caters to people all day and closes at night. In this closed hour the filthy will be cleansed, What is lacking will be filled, Damage will be repaired. When it reopens the next day, it will be as clean and fresh as it was yesterday morning.
So it is with our bodies. At night, the “door” of our body closes and we fall asleep again. In the morning it is fresh and well-built; We rise with a strong identity. Our old cells are replaced by new ones; Our minds are aroused by new ideas. That’s why sleep is so important for anyone, especially a leader who spends most of his day at work.
“Good sleep is a free gift; But sleep deprivation costs money. ” The need for sleep should never be ignored. We have 60 to 100 trillion cells in our body. 95% of our cells are replaced every year. This happens during a good night’s sleep.
Indications for sleep deprivation
• George: Do you need to call or wake up in the morning?
• Do you experience dizziness while driving or riding?
• Weakness in the middle of the day; Do you feel weak and tired?
• George: Are you the type of person who gets upset easily? (Ask your spouse; you will hear the message).
• George: Are you the kind of person who makes a little noise?
• George: Are you the kind of person who is constantly anxious and can’t get the thoughts out of your mind?
If you answer yes to some of these questions, you may be suffering from insomnia and try to correct them.