There’s a dangerous new epidemic sweeping this country: excessive daytime sleepi

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There’s a dangerous new epidemic sweeping this country: excessive daytime sleepiness. According to a new National Sleep Foundation survey, an alarming one-third of American adults scored at levels of sleepiness known to be hazardous. Six percent scored at severe levels of sleepiness. Consider the implications of these findings: Although we trivialize sleep problems, sleep-related accidents result in thousands of deaths each year and billions of dollars in medical costs and lost productivity. The Exxon Valdez tanker disaster and the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant accident were both caused by operator fatigue.
Open the link and read the article “Are you getting enough sleep” https://www.cdc.gov/sleep/features/getting-enough-sleep.html
Think about if you are getting enough sleep, how to improve your sleep and how to improve your quality of sleep.
Find 3 new facts that you learned. Please respond with a paragraph for each new fact, with 6-7 complete sentences per paragraph, free of spelling and grammar errors, at least 3 in-text citations in the body of the posting with the page number and a coherent integration of content and ideas.

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