Saturday, March 8, 2008


We all need sleep. Sleep affects our health and well-being, our emotions and behaviors, our level of energy, our job performance and decision-making skills, and our safety behaviors.

The quality and quantity of our sleep can make all the difference in how productive we are the next day. Sleep deprivation can result in serious safety hazards when critical decisions are required, such as when driving, operating machinery, or caring for young children.

Take control of your sleeping pattern and environment to improve the quality and amount of sleep you receive. Adequate sleep can help to reduce stress and improve your qualify of life making you feel alert and energetic during the entire day.

Better sleep begins with your bed. If you’re tossing and turning more at night, or if you’re waking up feeling stiff in the morning, it could be a sign that your current mattress is no longer the best for you.

Who heard about sleep debts?

Source: Panorama 4th 2005


Anonymous said...

marami na nga kaming sleep debts. when can we pay our sleep debts when we are working like .... in the shop. gusto ko nang umuwi.... homesick na akoooo... we'll see you Sunday, medyo we need to go back to work na. dapat we are relaxing at home pero too much shukul to do.

Bay Martin said...


You learn to manage your time properly. Don't stay too late, you spend valuable time talking on your celfon.

Bro Bay

Monching said...

I, too, have so many sleep debts na. Baka kulabain akong bigla. I can control tv watching. How about you? said...

It's Wednesday. It's likely that I stay late again. I borrowed some DVD movies, puyatan na naman! Have you seen the movie, Awake?