Sleep Deprivation

Being homeless causes sleep deprivation. And many homeless shelters, thinking they are inspiring people to leave homelessness by making the shelter uncomfortable, actually create an environment that creates sleep deprivation.  The effects of sleep deprivation only worsen the state of homelessness.



About Kevin Barbieux

I have been diagnosed as being chronically homeless. I write about my experiences and opinions of being homeless

One comment

  1. Your post is insightful. Illuminating. I had not considered it, but I think you are right. This message is needed. Thanx for posting.


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