February 15, 2019
It’s safe to assume that for most of our history we slept at night. There used to be no electricity to keep people up past sunset staring at screens and candles were pretty expensive.
Natural light used to dictate life’s cycles.
Now thanks to technology our men can stay up until 4 AM watching porn and doing penis stuff while our women are glued to their phones replying to Instagram messages from some neighborhood nigger.
Progress has come, and with it, the consequences of declaring war on nature.
Sleep can boost the immune system by making white blood cells more able to attack, a study has found.
When we are awake, there are more stress hormones such as adrenaline in the body, which researchers have discovered slow down parts of the immune system.
The reduced function is associated with conditions including cancerous tumour growth, malaria infection and stress, experts said.
Research also suggests why people with difficulty sleeping may end up with a weakened immune system and be more at risk of chronic stress and depression.
Researchers have shown sleep improves the potential ability of some of the body’s immune cells to attach to their targets.
Their findings, published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine, help explain how sleep can fight off an infection.
Sleep is a fundamental part of life. No way around it. This Jewish system where people are expected to barely sleep and jump out of their beds as soon as the alarm clock tells them it’s time to make money for Jews was obviously not made with your best interests in mind.
This is not the only recent news about sleeping. Aside from influencing your immune system, sleep has been found to influence your DNA.
A lack of sleep could permanently damage DNA and increase the risk of cancer, scientists believe.
Sleep deprivation can also reduce DNA’s ability to repair itself, possibly leading to genetic diseases, findings from a study suggest.
Researchers believe it is the first study of its kind to look into the effects of sleep deprivation on genes in young adults.
The research focused on doctors who had to adjust their sleep patterns due to night shift work. Scientists do not know why a lack of sleep damages DNA.
The recommended amount of sleep is generally seven hours a night, but figures suggest adults routinely miss out on an hour or two.
You know who would love for you to get DNA damage and genetic diseases?
Getting your sleep habits in order could be so hard as to seem impossible in our current culture, but it’s something doable.
Think of a car. Learning to drive is easy compared to learning to park. You have to learn to park yourself and rest. Get your diet and hormones in order, for starters.
Some of you may find yourself drowning your thoughts in TV series, movies, anime, video games, or other forms of entertainment, which usually robs you of time you could spend sleeping. In those cases, avoid retreating into screens and instead retreat into your dreams, and if you have difficulty sleeping, lay on your bed and rejoice because you relaxing is exactly what the kikes don’t want. You sleeping keeps you healthy and makes your mind sharper, which is exactly what Jews don’t want.
Stress the kikes by not stressing yourself. Sleep.