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  1. John Bates

    Actually I work in the edge of the healthcare industry (we rent and sell home medical equipment) and sleep apnea is one of the most widespread problems I see. It’s also the one people are most prone to ignore. I think we equate sleeping with laziness, lack of ambition and weakness.

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  2. We have all this modern technology that is suppose to make life easier. Yet, it seems of making life easier, it has caused a series of events of seeing how much more we can put into a day. Also, we are spending more time sitting down at the computer instead of getting up and moving. I find it all to be an oxymoron!

    Great post! An eye opener for sure ( no pun intended!)

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  3. DUDE!! I think you posted this just for me. I average 4-5 hours a night and I’m often tired. However I do nap on the bus to/from work.

    I know I need more sleep, but there is so much I want/need to do that every waking hour makes a difference.

    Typically I go to bed around 11pm and wake up between 3-4am.

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  4. Most folks are unable to disconnect – they’re afraid to miss something (news, status update, etc.) and people are sleeping with their phones instead of alarm clocks. Which means you’re more likely to be disturbed by a call, an email, an update.

    Additionally, we’re challenging ourselves to do more and more – to be busier and busier with life. That in turn makes us feel compelled to stay up later to complete all of our tasks.

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