A surge of interest in the consequences of poor sleep has gotten people worried about what is perceived to be a growing epidemic. The perception is false and is more a social trend than a new phenomenon. Lack of sleep is a problem that has been with us for decades.
To better understand what sleep is, you need to better understand the interests of those who give, sell, and guard this information. Sleep is an essential asset and, like money, you’re not allowed to define it for yourself.
This is the first of four pieces in sleep and sleep therapy. See www.mindstrengthbalance.com for more sleep resources.
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