According to an informative article in Gazettes.com, Nefarious NapStealers have created chronic sleep deprivation in our society and there are great risks associated with this tremendous lack of sleep in general in our culture. The truth is that Americans in general are not getting enough rest. We do everything on the run and we don’t even have downtime because we are constantly bombarded with copious amounts of information or we are actively participating in some form of distracting activity, such as cell phone usage, video games or browsing the Internet.
All of this can lead researchers to hypothesize that the Nefarious NapStealers are hard at work in our culture, but my hypothesis is that they no longer have to work at causing sleep deprivation, because the beliefs and attitudes that cause these symptoms are now rampant throughout our culture. The other thing is that you don’t even have to write well-written, thoughtful, descriptive articles about anything any more, because as a whole, we skim and don’t really read complete articles because we are speedily moving on to the next thing.
That is how the Nefarious NapStealers have infiltrated all ages and ethnicities, causing widespread sleep deprivation and other nefarious sleep disorders, such as napstealing, siesta thieving, sleep apnea, snoring, insomnia and a plethora of others that keep sleep clinics in business. If you’re up for a sleep study, a NapStealer may even be conducting one in your area. All you have to do is take a look around and see people dozing around you to see that the United States is one of the most sleep deprived nations on the globe. Is this a masterpice? No. Is it efficient? I sincerely hope so.
What are the solutions? While there are not many solutions at the moment, the most helpful tools in the sleep arsenal are CSPAN and other government activities. These entities can unintentionally help, by curing insomnia with their committee meetings and voting sessions shown live on basic cable television. Another possible solution comes through religious meetings and activities where ministers drone on and on about any number of subjects. Let’s support these groups that are copiously trying to protect us from NapStealers and Siesta Thieves.
- Sleep Deprivation and doctors (Hartford Courant)
- The Dangers of Sleep Deprivation and Doctors (Medical News Today)
- Sleep Deprivation Lowers Performance in Students (Athens Oracle)
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