Time to Wake Up

Found this helpful insight here.

The trend in industrialized nations over the last hundred years suggests that people are increasingly sleep deprived. In 1910, the average person slept 9.0 hours a night. By 1975, the total had fallen to 7.5 hours. The 2002 Sleep in America poll, conducted by the NSF, indicates that the average American adult now only sleeps 6.9 hours a night, leading to fatigue, exhaustion and other symptoms.

I have been averaging about 5 or 6 hours of sleep a night during the week. Maybe that is why I have been feeling so out of sorts lately.

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