People sleep less than before in many countries? Why do people sleep less? What effect does it have on an individual and on society?

    Sleep is a very vital part of human existence without which we cannot function optimally. Experts say that human adults need at least seven hours of sleep per night to live well. Nowadays, people sleep less because they need to cater for themselves and their families and
to pursue their dreams of a better life. As an individual, the effect of reduced sleep on our bodies is not only an increase in the likelihood of developing diseases that can cause significant morbidity and mortality but
the propensity to make mistakes. On the society at large, it reduces efficiency and productivity.   Since the dawn of industrialization, mankind has worked more and slept less. Quite a number of reasons account for
this but
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this, but
top on the list are the facts that we need to make ends meet and our innate strife for perfection. To cater for themselves and their families, most people work long hours or multiple jobs,
, the time for sleep is depleted.
in addition
, to improve and become better versions of
ourselves especially in
ourselves, especially in
resource-poor countries, sacrifices have to be made.
For instance
, a less
blessed with privileges
college student will need to go to lectures and
work in order to get by. He or she might find it difficult to log in the required seven hours of sleep at night. Even as the world is becoming more technologically advanced, people are losing sleep to put food on the table.   Lack of sleep has deleterious effects both individually and collectively. Experts have shown that diminished sleep can significantly affect cognition which can lead to mishaps, some of which can be fatal.
For example
, an
at a higher position than
the driver
who sleeps less can cause vehicular accidents can put many lives in danger.
, research has
shown that sleeping less can have adverse effects on mood and make people more prone to bouts to anger and other emotional outbursts.
is so because sleep is needed to recharge our bodies and clear our minds.    The act of sleeping less is becoming a public health problem as
a human being
are what make up a community, it reduces work productivity and
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The society is not able to function optimally as people tend to be
lacking order or methodical arrangement or function
, less creative and open to dialogue when they are not sleeping well. 
an increase in crime rate in that setting as people tend to lose their inhibitions when they lack proper levels of rest.   In conclusion, many countries consist of a lot of people who are sleeping less. Whether it is to provide their daily
food made from dough of flour or meal and usually raised with yeast or baking powder and then baked
or becoming
better version
a better version
of themselves, humans are catching
little sleep
a little sleep
recently. For an individual, it can cause accidents and sometimes irreparable damages whereas for societies the effects are quite worse as it can cripple economies
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