Causal Rewrite- KobeBryant


Why is sleep necessary? Sleep is undoubtedly one of the most important requirements for efficient human functioning. It plays a very vital role in ensuring the wellness of the human body, both physically and mentally. Not only does it help you maintain your physical and mental health, it also helps in maintaining a healthy lifestyle along with ensuring safety from a number of fatal diseases. It is usually said that the mood in which you wake up is largely dependent on the type of sleep you have been in. This, in itself, is proof of the importance of sleep in our lives. While sleeping, our body finally gets its share of rest, and it also gets sufficient time to rejuvenate from all the wear and tear that it went through during the entire day. Sleep aids in the proper functioning of the human brain, and its deficiency can cause several different health issues in people. There are several chronic health issues which arise when the human body is not getting its desired rest and sleep. This, in turn, affects the way an individual’s body works and also affects their entire personal as well as professional life cycles.

It has been proposed, by some, that humans do not really need to sleep, and that we do so only out of habit. However, much research would suggest otherwise. It is true that some individuals, such as people who suffer with insomnia etc, are able to live on very small amounts of sleep, but nevertheless, they do need some. Although there is evidence that some can go extensive amounts of time without sleep, studies of sleep deprivation have found that there may be severe consequences of not sleeping at. Randy Gardner, for example, went without sleep for 11 nights. By the end of this period, he suffered severe hallucinations and paranoia. He found interacting with other people difficult and even lost some of his sense of personal identity. Sleep deprivation is one of the biggest factors in children’s behavior. There are a number of reasons for children to get a good night sleep. It is not only important to adults but it is crucial in kids. Physical activity and cognitive thinking do well together when a child gets enough sleep. The effects on a child’s sleeping habits can be profound in a negative or positive way. People show sleepiness in different ways and children have an even bigger spectrum on signs of theirs. It is up to parents, guardians, and teachers to really understand the importance of sleeping habits and the benefits of a child that is well rested.

When you fall asleep your body releases a hormone called, melatonin, that stimulates your body preparing it to fall asleep, giving you the sensation of feeling drowsy. When we get a good night’s rest we usually wake up feeling great and rested. Not receiving proper sleep may make you late to school, forget about important tasks, or even make you feel irritated. Sleep affects our appearance, attitude, as well as our performance on daily activities. Even with children it is most times obvious how to tell when a child is sleepy. In older kids, an appearance and attitude can be good indicators they do not have proper sleeping habits. We can better detect a teen having sleep deprivation. If a teen has dark circles under their eyes, pale face, and becomes agitated over something small we can assume they haven’t had a good night sleep.

Sleep deprivation is serious and without sleep your body won’t function to its full potential. Having a thrown off sleep schedule can really mess up your cognitive functions and can potentially ruin your perception of time. Tips to help sleep would be to make sure your mattress is comfortable and supportive. The one you have been using for years may have exceeded its life expectancy about 9 or 10 years for most good quality mattresses. Have comfortable pillows and make the room attractive and inviting for sleep but also free of allergens that might affect you and objects that might cause you to slip or fall if you have to get up. There are many factors that fall into sleep deprivation. Getting good amounts of sleep can help. There are several benefits of getting a good sleep at night. It helps you maintain your body weight so that you do not become obese and add to this; there’s also the fact that people who sleep well at night often eat less than those who don’t, which also helps with the weight. Getting adequate sleep also increases your productivity by making you feel more energetic and giving you the time you need to rest. It also helps our lives be in a good mood, and good sleep puts a person in a good mood. Sleeping enough also allows our minds to function correctly and in a better way therefore we can think better, and we also have a better memory power upon sleeping enough.

Getting good amounts of sleep is incredibly vital to our mental health and physical well-being. If we do not get enough sleep, we might get burnt out and not be able to carry out our lives in the way that we should be able to. Without the ability to do this, life can become painful and full of difficulties that may become complex over time therefore we must all take the initiative in our own lives to sleep on time and wake up on time to avoid any mental or physical blockages.

Work Cited:

Importance of Sleep Essay | Essay on Importance of Sleep for Students and Children in English – A Plus Topper

Sleep Is Important To Your Child’s Health | Sleep Scholar

What makes us sleep? | NICHD – Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (

The Importance of Sleep for Kids – Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital

Why sleep is important and what happens when you don’t get enough (

Why Do We Need Sleep? | Sleep Foundation

Why is Sleep Important? | American Sleep Association

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1 Response to Causal Rewrite- KobeBryant

  1. davidbdale says:

    Kobe, I’m putting you on notice here. Nobody who regularly attends class could possibly think that the three Short Arguments could be on different topics. EVERY class I emphasize and reiterate one way or another that the Definition/Causal/Rebuttal arguments, each 1000 words, combine at the end of the semester to make up a single 3000-word Research Proposal argument.

    Your lack of a White Paper makes it impossible for me to track your research with you and provide guidance on how to proceed. I asked you to back up a step when I read and responded to your Definition Argument. You didn’t respond to that instruction. Now it appears you have the idea that you can write one essay on Online Learning and another on Sleep Deprivation. How will those combine to result in a Research Paper for your Portfolio?

    We need to conference and straighten this out. You’re wasting your time on essays that don’t contribute to your ultimate success.


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