The growing number of college girl escorts in Las Vegas

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Las Vegas is known for its effervescent nightlife. The city has a legacy both factually and pops culturally. From dazzling fountains, incredible cosmos and themed hotels lobbies to affluent casinos you are assured that Las Vegas will give you a memorable experience. High rollers will spend any amount of money for the novelty of experiencing the unmatched gleeful debauchery. It’s a city that never sleeps. Unfortunately, despite being inter-continentally known as a nightclub haven, Las Vegas is also home to unregulated escort businesses. Glamour has dwarfed the rot found in this city. For this reason, little is told bout the disturbing things associated with the escort industry.
Escort services in Las Vegas have increased over the years. Mostly because of the perception that working escort services is safer than those who are working the streets. Escort service is attracting an astonishing number of college girls into its ranks. In spite of dangers related to this profession, these college girls are flocking this industry like never before. As matter of fact, girls in this industry are more probable to be murdered on the job as other women of the same age and socioeconomic status.
How many have been raped? How many cases have you heard of violence in this industry? The management in this escort services promise these naïve college girls that they are safe. Of course, some of these escort entities will come up with regulations and policies to ensure their girls are protected. Unfortunately, these rules are hard to implement as clients are in control and leave the girls exposed to abuse and violence. Which begs the question, what has led to the increased number of Collage Girl Escorts in Las Vegas?
Money is a motivator for Vegas escorts
People who visit Las Vegas are ready to spend any amount of money to get the thrill the city has to offer. For this reason, escort services in Vegas are luxurious, and this is a factor to the dramatic increase in college girl escorts in Las Vegas. Most these girls come from humble backgrounds and are victims of harsh financial circumstances. Therefore, they will engage in this industry for survival.
Drugs and addiction
While some will engage in drug use to escape reality because they can cope with the fact they are escorts. Some girls become escorts to sustain their drug addiction. Vegas escorts have access to drugs, and this might be the reason why a college girl who cannot afford to buy drugs to sustain her addiction will be convinced to join escorts in Vegas.
Unemployment
College girls will join the escort services because they have been frustrated by the job market. There are bills to pay, and the job market cannot match the number of graduates in the country. Most of the escorts are intelligent girls who have been forced by circumstances to join the escort services.
Peer Influence
College girls are young, naive and easy to influence. They want to explore new things some will join out of curiosity and end up being permanent escorts. Others will be introduced to the escort services by friends.
Mental illness and abuse
Some of the escorts in Las Vegas had a rough childhood. Some were raped and exposed to drug use at an early age. Other come from families filled with domestic violence. As a result, they develop mental illness and avoid socialising with other people. They segregate themselves and run to the escort industry to escape reality. Experts say that most girls in this industry are prone to suicide.
Sexual curiosity
If you asked escorts in Vegas why they are in that profession, most of them would say they joined it to fulfil their sexual interest. However, this is not a primary reason why they join. I would say this is a reason they give to escape their real situation. Money has been the primary reason why many flock the Las Vegas to offer escort services.
The number of Collage Girl Escorts in Las Vegas is increasing, and the society should come up with strategies to reduce this figures. The government should create employment or come up with policies that will encourage self-employment. The government should also strictly regulate the escort industry to ensure the girls are not exposed to abuse and violence. The management of these escort services should also ensure strict measures are implemented and ensure girls are safe. Colleges and higher education systems should come up with programmes that enlighten college girls on the dangers of the escort industry and also programmes that will help those with mental and drug issues.

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Even The Toughest College Students Can’t Fight Sleep Deprivation

 

Words of wisdom are passed down from people who have “been there,” to others who are “going there.” There are many pursuits that create a perfect situation for seasoned individuals to educate and illuminate others who are about to embark on similar paths of self-betterment. One of these open doors is the entrance into college living and survival.

Every new college students has the thought, “it’s only four years.” The truth is, it’s four years with an unbelievable amount of personal and academic stress that is virtually unfathomable without proper health intact, and a reasonable grip on personal boundaries. The average college student will encounter academic and social demands that pay little homage to physiological necessities and biological truths. In short, college life will certainly put a test on the limits of personal energy, and will pull individual fortitude into realms that the student never thought was possible.

An average college student will take between 12 and 20 credit hours of course loads. This means, classes each day requiring attendance from the hours of 7:30 AM, to 8:00 PM. Each course will be designed by professors who do not necessarily coordinate their schedules with one another, and encompass a modicum of outside research work. An average undergraduate student can expect to spend at least 14 hours Monday through Friday attending classes, using the campus library, and participating in study time with fellow major field peers each day. Of course, it’s only for four years, right?

On top of required attendance times, at least four to six hours each day will be required to complete assignments for classes, and finalize project deadlines. This amounts to about 18-20 hours each day that a dedicated college student will be required to give in order to complete a moderate-to-heavy workload resulting in completion of a degree on a standard timeline.

Let’s not forget the overwhelming ability of college life to create situations where non-academic activities overwhelm the senses and captivate desires. Parties, sporting events, dorm activities, outings, and lounging in the dorm recreation area seem to always rob students of valuable time. These extracurriculars are so inviting, and they seem to call whenever a student can least afford time outside of strict study. Nevertheless, they always call!

The summation of regular class obligations and extra fun, statistically, will compose 18-20 hours of a normal college student’s day. This leaves anywhere from 4-6 hours for rest and sleep. Again, college students tend to rationalize this low amount of rest with the fact that college only lasts for four years.

US military studies have proven that sleep deprivation can occur in individuals in as little time as one month. Sleep deprivation can cause a litany of health concerns, the least of which is a lowered ability to function at a cognitive peak. Other concerns include a propensity to common sicknesses, irritability, decreased appetites, general body fatigue, and a lowered sex drive (this should be a stern warning to college students).

The same military studies have shown that overcoming sleep deprivation is almost as difficult as the stages that lead to acquiring it. Overcoming and compensating for sleep deprivation requires a minimum of 10 consecutive days of 9-12 hours of uninterrupted REM sleep. This does not mean naps between classes, and it doesn’t mean hours passed-out after a frat kegger. These studies suggest that once a person enters into a state of brain-altering sleep deprivation, it could take radical lifestyle shifts to bring the brain and psyche back into normal function.

How do these studies affect college students? They are an imperative to adopt rest and stress management techniques at the start of any college career. Don’t wait for the summer months to take a break. These months will likely be arrested because of a job that pays for subsequent semesters. Incorporate healthy practices on the first day of class.

First, try to find a dorm that is quiet and occupied by individuals who appreciate study time and routines that reflect normal living situations. Greek living is virtual volunteering for little rest. Second, learn to not procrastinate. When assignments are given, complete them as quickly as possible. Compounded workloads because of procrastination only contribute to weeks of unmanageable stress. Third, party only on the weekends. A few hours spent with friends can easily be countered with sleep on Sunday, while leaving plenty of time to complete assignments. Finally, eat well, and don’t develop bad habits. All substance abuse and dietary problems will affect the quality of sleep in college living situations.

Even with a harrowing schedule and active social life, college students can benefit from sleep. The key is balance and understanding how the body reacts to stressors and down time. Yes, college is only four years, but habits learned during these four years will continue into the rest of life. This includes good and bad habits. Learn to dedicate energy to the things that require it most. These include classes, research, paper prep work, and entering into restful, quality sleep whenever possible.

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