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Oct 6, 2011

78 - Sleeping is healthy


12 comments:

Jyotsna said...

Why is he sleeping on a what do you call that gym equipment thingy, Alex? What if it falls on his head and crushes him? He won't even know it. Oh, is that why? :S

angela said...

I sooooo agree!
you are very wise

Marty said...

I have had the very rare day I've called in a sleep day from life. Nope, can't go to class/work/party today, I NEED to sleep right now.

Rae said...

my favourite kind of healthy

Sensen said...

I love this! Sleeping is the most important part of my life!

cathonchaton said...

That's what I've been trying to tell everyone since I was born.

David Henderson said...

You've got that right. It is apparently critical for memory processing and somehow plays a role in the folding of proteins (one of the basic building blocks that makes us, us).

But don't take my word for it, it's all covered in a very entertaining way on Radiolab's podcast, called "Sleep".

becca said...

i like that

Lisa Shafer said...

Sleep: it's definitely my favorite hobby.

Sydney said...

thats why i love sleeping! XD

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Jacky Le said...

unfortunately in a consumer-orientated society, sleep deprivation is become all the norm. we are losing more our sleeping time everyday due to economic competition.
at my school, its was bad that many people began to get sick because.Their bodies transferred all the energy to keeping themselves awake which effectively shut down their immune system. The irony is sleep even though is a health concern , the authorities haven't really acknowledged it as much as other things that harm our bodies slowly. e.g. diets
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Harry said...

I believe sleep also affects quality of life. Too much or too little sleep is associated with a shorter lifespan—although it’s not clear if it’s a cause or effect.

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