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Respect the Rhythms- Why sleep should be taken more seriously.

Video   May 30, 2018 | by Soph's Notes on LabTube

 

Exhaustion chic is in. Coffee is a food group. Sleep is an inconvenience.

Sleep, for many people, gets put to the bottom the priority list, but it’s a vital part of our lives, and biology. 


Not only this, but irregular sleep patterns are often not fully recognised as their own symptom, rather a side effect of medications or some other physiological state.


In this video, I try to prove how intertwined sleep is with our mental and physical wellbeing, and shine some light on what it could teach us, if we only took it a bit more seriously. 


Respect The Rhythms.

 
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