by Brian Meyer, Survival Based:
Planning for the end of the world as we know it (TEOTWAWKI) is one thing, but experiencing a world-changing event and continuing to thrive and survive is something else completely. Once the initial shock and implementation of your plan is over and done with, the real survival skills come into play. While most people plan for food, water, and other supplies pretty well, few prepare for the emotional and physical drain of always being on guard and attentive when trying to survive.
Sleep deprivation is a major concern for anyone dealing with a stressful situation and if you don’t manage it effectively, it will definitely manage you.
What is Sleep Deprivation, Really?
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