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Go To Bed Early! Or Else This!

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Science suggests that we should begin to think of sleeping early as MUST rather than a suggestion or a habit. Here are some of the dangerous outcomes that arise from not sleeping well.

 

  • Sleeping helps you think straight. According to certified neurologists, “sleep deprivation may result in slowed thinking, decreased alertness, and reduced ability to pay attention.
  • Sleeping is important for good eyesight. Not getting enough sleep can lead to sight issues. Not getting enough sleep can cause eyelid muscle twitching along with debilitating dry eyes. It can also impact how the optic nerve connects to the brain.
  • Sleeping prevents certain heart problems. Sleep deprivation, according to heart cardiologists, is a risk for heart attacks and strokes. This is reached through disruptive blood pressure and sugar metabolism.
  • Sleeping maintains healthy weight. Sleep deprivation can cause a person to gain unhealthy weight. This happens when fat is stored in all the wrong places as a result of hunger hormones.
  • Sleeping keeps from chronic diseases. Many specialized doctors have reached a consensus on the idea that lack of sleep can lead to greater risk of chronic diseases, in addition to impacting depression.

 

 

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Saudi Arabia Made it to the Top of List for Safest G20 Countries

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The Kingdom has made it to the top of list for the most secure G20 countries, according to international indicators related to security, allowing Saudi Arabia to outperform the other five permanent members of the UN Security Council.

Five security indicators included in the Global Competitiveness Report 2019 and the Sustainable Development Goals Index 2020 were the ones to reveal these results.

Saudi Arabia came the first among the G20 countries, ahead of the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council, surpassing China and Canada among the G20, and surpassing China and the US in the “Feeling safe while walking alone at night” index for this year.

It’s also worth mentioning that the Kingdom came first in the index for the citizens’ confidence in police services, an index that measures the citizen’s confidence in security and law enforcement. Moreover, it ranked first in the reliability of police services index,

Just recently, the Kingdom came in the 6th position as the safest country to travel during the pandemic.

 

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Entertainment Activities Resume in the Kingdom with The Opening of 11th VOX Cinema

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After months of lockdown, Saudi Arabia has finally resumed entertainment activities and Sunday witnessed the opening of VOX Cinemas’ 11th movie theater in Saudi Arabia.

This marks the Kingdom’s ambitious plans for expanding cinemas across Saudi Arabia, and at the same time maintain a safe experience for visitors.

Speaking to Arab News, Mohamed Al-Hashemi, country head of Majid Al-Futtaim Ventures in Saudi Arabia, said that visitor numbers are increasing, and “the main aim nowadays is that visitors come back to cinema with confidence that the place they are visiting is clean and safe.”

He also said that since the lockdown has been eased drastically, there are promising indication that number of visitors will increase.

“After each show, we insist on social distancing and have the surfaces cleaned and the seats sterilized. In fact, we take all the precautionary health measures to ensure our visitors have a safe and comfortable cinema experience. This has caused a spending upsurge, but that was a necessity,” he said.

Majid Al-Futtaim’s VOX Cinemas is keen on answering to the Saudi’s thirst for cinema experiences.

 

 

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The Kingdom’s Public Prosecution Sets Strict Penalties to Protect Women From Abuse

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In an attempt to protect women of Saudi Arabia from all forms of violence against them, the Kingdom’s Public Prosecution has set a maximum jail term of one year and a SR50,000 fine.

Violence against women comes in different shapes and it’s not just physical, violence includes psychological, sexual abuse and threats of any kind. The perpetrators, those accused of causing violence, will face imprisonment for a period of at least one month and up to one year and a fine of no less than SR5,000 and up to SR50,000.

In case the predator repeat the crime, the penalty will then be doubles.

The Public Prosecution said that the Law of Protection from the Abuse will help in eliminating violence cases against women, with the establishment of a package of criminal procedures and penalties.

 

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