Sleeping longer should make you feel great, right? So why does it sometimes make you feel tired? The Sleep Doctor, as Michael J. Breus, is known, answers this question in an article on Huffington Post and on his own Twitter account.
The average person spends about one-third of his life sleeping. As much as people love sleep, maybe you don’t want to spend any more than one-third of your life in it so as not to miss all the excitement.
Sleep: a vital sign
Dr. Breus, an author and physician, says the right amount of sleep is so important to people’s health that sleep itself should be added to the vital signs along with heart rate, temperature and blood pressure. His Twitter account has links to articles by himself and others advising that sleep loss can and other sleep aberrations can cause heart disease, high blood pressure, cancer, diabetes, make you eat unhealthy foods and gain weight and undercut social skills.
Original Article : Sleeping longer sometimes makes you feel tired
by : MARK MILLER
From : goviter.com