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Rao, Shashank (author)
Sleep is a natural state of our mind and body during which our muscles heal and our memories are consolidated. It is such a habitual phenomenon that we have been viewing it as another ordinary task in our day-to-day life. However, owing to the current fast-paced, technology-driven generation, we are letting ourselves be sleep-deprived, giving...
master thesis 2018
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Vermeulen, Rubi (author)
According to the literature, sleep deprivation is becoming more common among women between the age of 35-54. These women are easily affected by stress due to their peculiar hormonal, familial and social conditions. Their lifestyle rhythm is shifting towards a 24/7 time-schedule where there is a massive presence of technologies and stressful...
master thesis 2018
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Brown, J.L. (author)
We spend about a third of our lives asleep (Mental Health Foundation, 2011; Bupa UK, 2015). Sleep is a vital dimension of health and wellbeing alongside a healthy diet, exercise and breathing (Bupa, 2007; Mental Health Foundation, 2011). The NHS (2013) claims that getting enough sleep boosts immunity, can help you lose weight, boosts mental...
master thesis 2015