INTRODUCTION: Many of the students today, normally in the senior high school and freshmen college students, are suffering from depression. With different kinds of pressure that sets them every day can usually lead the person into a depressive state. According to Keith (2016), more than 18 million adults ranging 17 years old and above were found to have symptoms of a depressive disorder. Depression is a serious mental disorder that affects the students in their academic performances. It is a serious mental disorder that a person shouldn't have, it is the ability of being stressed out for some reason and is the ability of being un-focus on such thing for no enough reason.
The effects of sleep deprivation There are copious reasons why people are not getting enough sleep. Stress, sleeping disorders, mental illnesses or staying up all night studying or working are only a few of them. Therefore, a lack of sleep is very common in our society. Apparently about 35 percent of American adults are not getting the recommended amount of seven to nine hours sleep on a regular basis. However, this sleep deprivation has serious effects on one 's life and health.
Living in 21st century is stressful and depression has become a serious illness that almost 20 million Americans face each year. Depression is a common and serious medical illness that negatively affects how you feel, the way you think and how you act. Fortunately, it is also treatable. Depression causes feeling of sadness and a loss of interest in activities once enjoyed. It can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems and can decrease a person’s ability to function at work and at home.
In fact, people do get Insomnia from depression. This is when someone can’t stay asleep or they are staying asleep. Furthermore, The Web MD states that “The inability to get a good night's sleep can have serious consequences on the human body.” Thus, this can lead to fatigue, which is when a person is having difficulties pronouncing words or they are showing signs of tiredness. Equally important, chronic illness can lead to depression. In The Web MD says “The rate for depression occurring with other medical illnesses is quite high and depends on many factors, especially a past history of depression” Thus, this can be from chronic illness from past history, and this can make a person have
The Huffington Post claims that about 90% of American High School Students are chronically sleep deprived. Sleep deprivation is a serious problem for teenagers, as it can lead to a number of problems. First, there are mood problems like irritability and crankiness. It can also lead to behavioral problems like drinking, driving fast, and engaging in other dangerous activities. Drowsy driving can also happen, with teens at the highest risk of falling asleep at the wheel.
The people who experience sleep paralysis more than once, usually have it more than usual. Having sleep paralysis more than once can be very scary, and cause extreme stress or paranoia. Some people do not take the time to research this unusual event, and choose to deal with the effects of sleep paralysis. If you take your time to research sleep paralysis, you may come across “cures” for it. These “cures” aren't permanent, but they are temporary, and will likely numb the chance of experiencing sleep paralysis.
Moreover, mothers of children with irregular sleep have significantly more irregular sleep habits than those of children with morning-regular sleep” (Komada, 1). Irregular sleeping patterns can lower the quality of sleep a child receives and may also cause sleep deprivation, sleep apnea, and other problems pertaining their mood. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine quoted Dr. Dean Beebe explaining, “First, inadequate sleep causes everyone, including children, to be biased towards seeing the world in a more negative light and less in a positive one” (Beebe, 2) Dr, Beebe went on to explain that poor sleep also lead to mood swings and negative actions towards events along with poor attention. Thus showing that parents inadequate sleep can cause major damage in a child's social life and behavior. The lack of sleep can leave a child with long term sleep deprivation increasing their risk for chronic illnesses.
So many kids are suffering from depression and anxiety that it has become a joke to most collegians. The stress on campus and the vulnerability it exposes creates an atmosphere where in order to cope, kids show their vulnerabilities as if it were a competition. Marano’s article quotes Linda K. Hellmich, “The worst offender is poor sleep hygiene. There is a climate of sleep deprivation; students think they can pull several all-nighters without psychological consequences.” I have had many nights where I only get 3-4 hours of sleep due to schoolwork and my job. Despite the negative consequences of little sleep and being aware of negative affects on me, I continue to lose sleep.
This included increased levels of clinical depression, with over 50 per cent of female carers reporting being depressed for six months or more since they started caring. Young women in custody and leaving custody are at particular risk of poor emotional and mental health. MARGINALISATION OF WOMEN WORKERS While liberalization may have increased employment, it has worsened the quality of employment, especially for women. The article studies macro-level data to analyse employment of men and women. Data collection by official agencies uses faulty processes and much of women 's work remains invisible.
If our body sleep cycle is disrupted, the body undergoes severe changes and suffers sleep disturbance (Schultz & Schultz, 1994). For instance, night shift workers are more likely to experience sleepiness during their work compared to day shift workers because they have to keep themselves awake from following the circadian pattern to rest at night. This is supported by Pease and Raether (2003) reported that physiological and psychological stress is due to constantly change our body to adapt to new schedules. On the other hand, Ford and Kamerow (1989) reported that shift workers who have insomnia have greater risk of depression because shift work made them felt helplessness. A study had conducted by (Swenson, 1997, p.2) to study shift work more specifically mentioned that “Restlessness, nervousness and agitation can lead to impulsivity, carelessness and