10 Surprising Effects of Lack of Sleep

Long-term sleep deprivation can cause high blood pressure, diabetes, heart attacks, heart failure, or stroke.

1. Health problems

Sleep deprivation might worsen depressed symptoms over time. Insomnia is linked to depression.

Contributes to psychiatric issues

You might lose weight if you sleep in when it comes to your body weight. Insufficient sleep appears to be linked to increased hunger and appetite, as well as to obesity.

Leads to weight gain

Your capacity to think, remember and process information may be impacted by sleep deprivation.

Affects memory

Most persons with sleep deprivation have puffy eyes and pale complexion. Lack of sleep can produce fine wrinkles, dull complexion, and dark under-eye bags. 

Ages your skin

Insufficient sleep is a big public safety hazard every day on the road. Being sleepy can make driving more difficult than being intoxicated.

Causes accidents

The process of thinking and learning is greatly aided by sleep. These cognitive processes suffer in many ways from sleep deprivation. 

Dumbs you down


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