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Indians, it’s really time to take a break from work and go on a vacation. Don’t remain vacation deprived. Take a break for work and go on a vacation.
10 Apr 2017
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As a result of the circumcision of girls, they are being deprived of their feelings ...
7 Dec 2018
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25 Jul 2007
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This idiot is a grown-up, slamming his brakes in the middle of the road, forcing you to stop dead in your tracks, usually a second too late, only to admire what vaguely resembles a member of the opposite sex. Looks like he is out to make your life on the road as frustrating as his teens.
19 Oct 2010
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Research Shows Americans Forfeit More Vacation Days; Leading Expert Offers Tips on the Importance of Prioritizing Our Well-Deserved Breaks! It's no surprise that most Americans are so wrapped up in their work lives that they don't take all of the vacation time to which they're entitled. According to Business 2.0 magazine, U.S. employees are taking less time off than ever: Not only is the average number of annual vacation days granted to them a mere 12 days a year, but more than a third of Americans don't even use all of our granted time off. In fact, according to Expedia****'s Vacation Deprivation survey, a full 35% of employed U.S. adults aren't taking all the vacation days they get for the year, inching up from 33% last year. With additional research suggesting that people who take vacations are more productive at work, Americans need to be taking their vacation days. Easier said than done? Julie Morgenstern, organization and time management expert is available to provide tips and suggestions for how to organize your life and balance time in the workplace in order to take all of your vacation days -- as well as how to maximize your time off. For more information, viewers can visit www.HyattResorts****
21 Sep 2007
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Darkness is primarily a concept or a religious belief which refers to the request, death, the state of the soul deprived of God, the grace, which means total deprivation of light, darkness. Video Industrial, spychedelic, artistic and experimental by Sweeny Video equipment ******* MUSIC Keyboard ******* Guitars ******* Title: Darkness Find free all the examples of creation made with these loops videos on ******* Use these free loops in your live performances and mixes..
6 Nov 2007
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Teardrop Body Support Pillow is recommended by chiropractors, therapists, doctors & sleep experts for side sleep and stomach sleep. Rated #1 sleep aid for stomach sleeper correction. Dr. Terry Zachary shows how to assemble the Teardrop Body Support Pillow. Recommended for sleep disorders such as insomnia, sleep deprivation, and sleep apnea. Recommended for people with neck pain, back pain and other spinal problems.
14 Apr 2010
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How to fit your Teardrop Body Support Pillow sleep aid. Teardrop Body Support Pillows are used by side sleepers and stomach sleepers to improve sleep, support and comfort. Better sleep leads to better health. Used by people with sleep disorders such as sleep deprivation, insomnia, and sleep apnea, as well as people with back pain and neck pain. Recommended by chiropractors, doctors and sleep experts. Designed by a chiropractor.
14 Apr 2010
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY KYRSTEN SKULBORSTAD You're watching multisource health video news analysis from Newsy. Turns out, Sleeping Beauty may have had the secret to the “beauty” part all along -- a good night’s rest. Researchers in Sweden are calling their experimental study on “beauty sleep” the first scientific piece of support for the truth behind the fairy-tale. The British Medical Journal published the study, led by John Axelsson and his team at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. San Diego’s KSWB outlines the methodology. “They took pictures of the same people, one picture after a full eight hours of sleep, another after they stayed up 31 hours straight. The subjects made the same facial expression and stood in the same lighting. People who rated the pictures said those who hadn’t slept looked less healthy and, quote, ‘uglier.’” The study consisted of 23 participants between the ages of 18 and 31 -- with 65 different people judging the attractiveness of each individual’s photos. CNN asks you to weigh-in, and explains the conclusions. “So, which one of these photos was taken after the guy was sleep-deprived for 31 hours? The answer is -- can you get it -- the picture on the right. … Observers scored the sleep-deprived volunteers less-healthy and less attractive. Researchers say the results could help doctors pick up signs of ill health in their patients.” ABC’s Nightline reports we know far too little about all the restorative effects of sleep. REPORTER: "When you get right down to it, we don’t know exactly how or why sleep revives us. What we can spend nearly 1/3 of our lives doing, we know very little about.” GUEST EXPERT: “Sleep has been ignored by at least part of the scientific community and part of the medical community. It’s so much easier to study wakefulness.” This was one of the reasons Axelsson decided to explore the notion of beauty sleep. And Time Magazine also reports another motivation: the fact that Axelsson couldn’t answer his 12-year-old daughter’s question on, “whether it was the long nap that made sleeping beauty so lovely.” In the interview, Axelsson also noted one significant implication his team’s study could have on the broader scientific community. "’There are so many old 'sayings' or beliefs incorporated in our culture, but we do not know if they are true. … It is our scientists' responsibility to evaluate the truth in them.’" This experimental beauty sleep study is drawing little-to-no criticism, as most news organizations report it could act as a launch pad into further scientific inquiry. Get more multi-source heatlh video news analysis from Newsy****.
17 Dec 2010
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BY STEVEN SPARKMAN ANCHOR: CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource science news analysis from Newsy. If you’re running low on sleep, your brain might be napping without you. New research suggests individual brain cells can go to sleep, even while you seem wide awake. Australia’s ABC Online has more. “Professor Tononi's team kept rats awake for four hours beyond their normal bedtime and recorded the activity of some individual neurones as they became more and more sleep deprived. Outwardly the rats appeared to be completely awake, but the brain cell recordings told a different story.” The recordings showed small sections of the brain slipping into sleep mode. The longer the rats were kept awake, the more cells went offline. Discover Magazine explains this is only one trick animals use to rest their brains, and it has some drawbacks. “Whales, dolphins and several birds can send each half of their brain to sleep in shifts, so that they can stay continuously awake. ... A dolphin can stay this way for five straight days without any loss of mental agility. Rats, and indeed humans, cannot. We suffer from lapses in attention, irritability and poor judgment, often without realising it.” In this study, the researchers measured those lapses in attention by making the rats perform tricky grabs at hard-to-reach sugar pellets. The sleep deprived ones had more trouble with the task. A neuroscientist told NPR that although this is an animal study, similar between rat and human brainwaves mean there’s currently no reason to think humans respond any differently. “We're getting an increasing number of the cells moving into the sleep state and that could potentially -- it doesn't prove it -- but it could potentially explain the decrease in performance that is so common in humans and other animals when we're not getting enough sleep.” (Image source: Wikimedia Commons) This half sleep is different from dozing. The rats were kept alert by being given new toys to keep their attention. The researchers suggested the animals might have been impaired before they even felt sleepy. A blogger for Bottom Line gives us the takeaway message. “While we all like to do as much as we can and feel something akin to mental toughness as we go that extra mile late into the night, it might not be worth it, for the work we produce will not necessarily be up to snuff.” While different people need different amounts of sleep, the researchers say the old standard of eight hours is still about average. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy
7 May 2011
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Short-term sleep deprivation reduces insulin sensitivity in the body’s peripheral tissue, including fat cells. Over time, this can lead to disorders such as type 2 diabetes and obesity, as insulin helps to regulate appetite and energy metabolism.
16 Oct 2012
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CityNapin has taken on the challenge of resolving the worldwide epidemic of sleep deprivation with nap capsule beds
10 Aug 2017
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Snoring is known to cause sleep deprivation to snorers and those around them, as well as daytime drowsiness, irritability lack of focus and decreased libido It has also been suggested that it can cause significant psychological and social damage
19 Apr 2018
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That moment when you are sleep deprived, hung-over & have to reach work with little time to spared. Sky-high levels of regret.
10 Jun 2019
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One MIT Freshman + Many All-Nighters = Instant Narcolepsy
12 Dec 2007
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*******www.deluxecomfort****/ We all know that sleep is absolutely critical to feel your best, look your best and perform at your best -- every day. A lack of sleep can result in issues such as decreased productivity, creativity and focus, but a continuous lack of sleep can lead to more serious health issues.
13 Dec 2007
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