Brittany A. Roston:
Sleep deprivation is more dangerous than past research on the topic had found; it impacts every part of life, increasing the risk of wrecking one’s car, messing up at work, struggling to maintain attention during class, and more.
More? Isn’t that enough?
Lack of adequate sleep impacts more than just one’s ability to pay attention. Sleep-deprived individuals were found to be twice as likely to make placekeeping errors when compared to people who got enough sleep. As well, the sleepy individuals were also three times more likely to struggle with maintaining attention.
About what? Oh. Wait. Yeah. Been there. Done that.