Essay on Sleep Deprivation. Why Sleep is Important to Us
Is sleep good for you? Sleep is definitely good for you there's no possible way that sleep can harm you. Research has said not getting enough sleep can kill you after 30 days, also not enough sleep can lead to permanent brain damage and end up leading to ADHD.
Naps are never bad except if you nap too long. A short 20 minute nap is good researchers say. Proof there good is because they help your immune system, and they also refresh your mind, so I think a 20 minute nap after school is good for your brain, then you can get your homework done more professionally. When you don have enough sleep that can be the reason to your bad day. Driving to work on a day when you feel like you feel like your going to fall asleep behind the wheel is not a good idea. ´´The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that drowsy driving was responsible for 72,000 crashes, 44,000 injuries, and 800 deaths in 2013. However, these numbers are underestimated and up to 6,000 fatal crashes each year may be caused by drowsy drivers.´´(www.cdc.gov) without a nap you will be cranky and be mean too people, and if you don't want that to happen try talking to the doctor if you have sleeping disorders like insomnia you should talk to a doctor about it. You can take meliton so your body has enough and you can sleep.
There will always be a bad outcome from little sleep or no sleep. In one extensive review study, children and adults with short sleep duration were 89% and 55% more likely to become obese, respectively. This is terrible for especially a little kid because obesity can kill a kid slower than an adult, but obesity can ruin your life. Your brain produce melatonin because its telling you you need sleep, but when you force yourself to stay awake thats bad. Sleeping and napping is actually good because it recharges your brains battery, for example like a phone, when it dies it needs to be recharged to function again just like your body/brain.
Necessarily under no circumstance should a nap be harmful to the body/ brain in a way except if you nap more than 20 than 30 times a day. no matter what when you feel tried you should sleep studies say it kills your brain. Naps are good to have once in a while or everyday maybe after worker. More research shows a quick nap can lower stress and recharge your willpower. When you had a stressful day this can make your day better and the people around you. Heres some advise if you ever feel like you need a nap I advise you to do so.
Alot of accident are because of alot of dumb driver, but it not just that it also due to poor sleep, then when that person is at the wheel and falls asleep is super dangerous. That why you need to sleep instead of watching tv all night, playing games, texting people or doing your own thing. I think that it may not be good to nap when your bed is used to being asleep for a long period of time. I say this because when you wake up from your nap your self esteem will be up and and you have recharged your battery, so now you will have abnormal day the next day. Those days when you don't have enough sleep your body changes, your mood is worse you have a bad day. Scientist researchers have explained why you have a bad day from little to no sleep at all. It's all because, "your brain will fog, making it difficult to concentrate and make decisions. You'll start to feel down, and may fall asleep during the day. ... If it continues, lack of sleep can affect your overall health and make you prone to serious medical conditions, such as obesity, heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes." (www.nhs.uk)
In conclusion, napping is always good except if you nap too long. A good nap is 15 to 30 minutes. I agree that it's bad if you nap too long. Also sleep is always good for you and there's no way of fighting that because all sleep and naps do is recharge your brain and help you do better. Without any sleep for a period of day you can die. Napping is a good way to recharge your brain after a long day of work then you will be able to remember things easier.