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Doctors have to prescribe the dream to people who have the impression that they are suffering from serious medical conditions (stock image)

Doctors should prescribe the dream to people who have the impression that they have serious medical conditions.

An alarming number of people in Sydney have surprisingly low rates of knowledge when it comes to taking care of themselves.

The research has found that the people of Sydney are not getting enough sleep, which causes them illnesses due to exhaustion.

Bayer conducted a survey for its "Health Yourself" campaign that found that almost a quarter of Sydney's population has no idea how much nighttime sleep is healthy.

Doctors have to prescribe the dream to people who have the impression that they are suffering from serious medical conditions (stock image)

Doctors have to prescribe the dream to people who have the impression that they are suffering from serious medical conditions (stock image)

Only a poor night's sleep can affect mood, metabolism and hand-eye coordination, the Daily Telegraph reported.

Sleep deprivation for a long period of time (less than 5.5 hours per night) is related to long-term health problems, such as diabetes, obesity, anxiety and cardiovascular diseases.

Sleep deprivation is the reason why 67% of people feel neglected occasionally, and only one in 10 qualifies their health as very good.

It was also found that 20 percent of the Sydney population did not realize that the average amount of sleep needed per night was seven to eight hours.

The findings also say that Australians depend too much on health resources to help them with general self-care.

One in five people goes to the doctor to treat "simple" diseases such as a cold, and young Australians between 18-24 years of age are the most guilty of doing so.

The survey also found that 52 percent of Australians consult their doctor about how to stay healthy.

Dr. Ginni Mansberg, a Sydney-based general practitioner, said she advised patients to take a break from work and ask them to sleep at least 10 hours a night.

An alarming number of people in Sydney have surprisingly low rates of knowledge when it comes to taking care of themselves

An alarming number of people in Sydney have surprisingly low rates of knowledge when it comes to taking care of themselves

An alarming number of people in Sydney have surprisingly low rates of knowledge when it comes to taking care of themselves

Some people come to her with the concern of a problem of "important mental health", to which Dr. Mansberg tells them to have a few days off and catch up on the dream.

"When people start crying suddenly, being angry, not dealing, not having a good performance at work, getting in conflict with people at work, I'm not going to get a script of antidepressants when in fact this person is having a large sleep deficit, "he said.

Dr. Mansberg encourages sleeping pills such as herbal remedies and over-the-counter medications to help with depletion.

57 percent of people incorrectly assume that sugar levels are different between low-fat foods and full-fat versions

57 percent of people incorrectly assume that sugar levels are different between low-fat foods and full-fat versions

57 percent of people incorrectly assume that sugar levels are different between low-fat foods and full-fat versions

She said that women were the worst culprits, believing that they had a hormonal imbalance when they just needed to sleep.

"They get a massive injection of short-term sleep at the bank … and then we can see what's going on here, if they have depression or if you're just exhausted and need to sleep."

Dr. Mansberg is concerned that it is a sign that people have no idea when it comes to healthy sleeping schedules.

The campaign research also indicated that one third of people do not know what is the recommended intake of fruits and vegetables per day.

Research has found that Sidney visitors are not getting enough sleep, which causes them nausea due to exhaustion (stock image)

Research has found that Sidney visitors are not getting enough sleep, which causes them nausea due to exhaustion (stock image)

Research has found that Sidney visitors are not getting enough sleep, which causes them nausea due to exhaustion (stock image)

People who do not know this can also qualify their health as "very poor", according to the results.

There are also a lot of people who do not understand the difference between sugar levels, and 57 percent incorrectly assume that sugar levels are different between low-fat foods and full-fat versions.

It is also alarming that a fifth of Sydney residents do not know that one hour of exercise per day is needed to reduce cardiovascular disease.

Despite the alarming figures and the low knowledge of self-care, 70 percent of respondents rated their health as "good".

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