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. "
34.A 1 nervousness
39.A 1 because
D 1 interruption
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