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Craftmatic

Another reason for a night of insomnia is arguing about money issue that arises in relationship.Sometimes making sleep impossible after wards. Not only are you thinking about the financial matters, but the resulting problems that stem from not having adequate funds.

Jeff

It is new to me that losing job is one of many lack of sleep side effects. Thanks for the info.

Just to add a few things- to stay healthy adults should have at least 7-8 hours of sleep while school-age children should sleep 11 hours.

Anyway, this page have some useful information that talks about lack of sleep side effects

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