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2010全国英语三级PETS3阅读练习09
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If you are worried about things and are under a lot of stress at work or school, then you are probably not sleeping well. Worry can keep you awake, tossing and _______26in bed until the early hours of the morning when you eventually_______27asleep. When you wake up, you don' t feel_______28, but tired and worn out and_______29to face a new day.

Dr. Henry Winkle, in a recent newspaper article_______30Stress and Sleep, _______31that stress and lack of sleep are directly_______32. Dr. Winkle says, "the more we worry, the33we sleep, the more we are unable to deal with_______34If we can find a way to get a good night' s sleep," he_______35,"we can often find the36to deal with what's worrying us. "

So, what is a good night' s sleep? Research shows that the amount of sleep which people need in order to keep healthy_______37a lot. Seven hours is about the average amount, _______38strangely enough, sleeping longer often gives you a headache_______39of making you feel more refreshed.

Dr. Winkle believes that preparing for sleeping is important. People who work late should try to give themselves a short_______40and do something restful before going to bed. This could be watching TV or listening to music. Doing some exercise_______41 in the day should help yon to feel physically as well as______________42tired. A bedtime drink can also help, but coffee or tea should be avoided as they contain caffeine (咖啡因) and will keep you ________________43"When you put the light _______44," Dr. Winkle says, "concentrate on relaxing your muscles. Working slowly up from your feet, and you'll be asleep_______45 you know it. "


26.A.turning
B.rolling
C.twisting
D.rotating

27. A.find
B.feel
C.drop
D.fall

28.A.relieved
B.renewed
C.refreshed
D.released

29.A.impossible
B.unable
C.powerless
D.incapable

30.A.titled
B.labeled
C.entitled
D.named

31.A.implies
B.suggests
C.proposes
D.indicates

32.A.related
B.tied
C.combined
D.put together

33.A.more
B.less
C.shorter
D.later

34.A 1 nervousness
B.anxiety
C.stress
D.tension

35.A.enhances
B.attaches
C.inserts
D.adds

36.A.power
B.energy
C.vigor
D.force

37.A.varies
B.differs
C.alters
D.contrasts

38.A.nevertheless
B.since
C.though
D.however

39.A 1 because
B.spite
C.despite
D.instead

40.A.pause
I B.break
C.vacation
D 1 interruption

41.A.earlier
B.early
C.previously
D.sooner

42.A.spiritually
B.consciously
C.mentally
D.emotionally

43.A.asleep
B.awake
C.alert
D.active

44.A.out
B.on
C.away
D.off

45.A.as soon as
B.when
C.before
D.after

英语知识运用参考译文
如果你正为某些事情担心或是在工作上、学业中承受着很大的压力,你极有可能睡得不好。忧虑使你无法入睡,你在床上辗转反侧,直到清晨时分才能睡得着觉。醒来的时候,你并不觉得精神焕发神清气爽,而是精疲力竭,无法迎接新一天的来临。
近期的报纸上刊登了一篇亨利?温www.pets12345.com章,题目是《压力与睡眠》.温可尔博士认为压力和睡眠不足有直接的联系。他说:“我们越是忧心忡忡,睡得就越少,也就越没有办法对抗忧虑。”他还补充说:“如果能找到使自己睡个好觉的方法,我们就能有足够的精力解决我们的问题。”
那么,究竟什么是良好的睡眠呢?研究表明,保持健康需要的睡眠数量是因人而异的。7小时是平均数。然而令人不解的是,延长睡眠时间,非但不能让人精神焕发,反而会引起头痛。
温可尔博士认为睡前的www.pets12345.com要的。工作到很晚的人临睡前应该稍稍休息一下,做点有助于放松的事,可以看看电视或听听音乐。早晨做运动也会使人在身体上和精神上有疲劳感。睡前喝点饮料也有助于睡眠,但不要喝茶或咖啡,因为它们含有的咖啡因会使你无法入眠。温可尔博士指出:“关灯之后,你就该集中精神放松你的肌肉。慢慢地从脚开始放松,就会不知不觉地进入梦乡了。”