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Consistent Sleep and Benefits

October 27, 2020

Consistent sleep in a mentally ill person preserves good judgment.  It means that you can organize information in your head, in my case.  It allows for great writing to take place, because good writing is about making sure that you have all your words strung together right. Good sleep helps your body function as best it can.  Sleep-depriving yourself is pretty pointless then.  I mean doesn’t it seem pointless once you know about what good sleep can do for you?  I’m trying to stay as healthy as possible with what is coming up, which is a scary medical test I’m not telling my family about.  It is a scary enough medical test that I require anesthesia and a vetted for ride.  

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