Oct 29, 2015

White People Get More Sleep Than Black People Because Racism


By on Thursday, October 29, 2015

There must be some federal funds or something that are specific to finding racism where none exists.
A new study claims that white people get 5% more sleep than black people and the reason is… racism.
They found that black participants and white participants experienced sleep differently. In a nutshell, the white study subjects achieved slow-wave sleep — which is the really good kind — about 20 percent of the time. Black subjects only reached this quality level 15 percent of the time.
A study published in June in an academic journal called SLEEP also concluded that white people, black people, Chinese people and Hispanic people sleep differently.
University of Maryland, Baltimore psychologist Danielle L. Beatty Moody suggested that the sleep problems black people experience at night can be attributed to all the racism they encounter during the day.
“It’s uncomfortable for them to sleep because they are thinking back over mistreatment, thinking back over mal­treat­ment, think­ing back over bias they experienced,” Beatty Moody told National Journal. “In thinking about those experiences, they are getting more aroused, more cognitive arousal, which does the opposite of what you need it to do to go to sleep.”
The assertion that sleep is racist comes in an addition to the long and ever-growing list of racist things in every nook and cranny of American life including coconut bras, golf jokes about Barack Obama, hump day, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and, of course, “Thomas and Friends.”
Are you kidding??
Remember, these are people in universities who are clueless about society in general and probably teach your children.

The fact that all people of various races sleep differently doesn’t seem to mean anything to these ‘researchers.’
They have simply decided that black people sleep less because of racism and you’re supposed to just believe them.
There’s a bridge in NYC for sale as well and it’s cheap.

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