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Things that happen to body when one doesn't get enough sleep

The most amazing thing you get from sleep is a feeling of freshness in the morning. What’s more important is that healthy sleep is beneficial for the normal functioning of your body and brain. When you are awake at night or suffer from any sleep disorder, your body will still try to work 100%, which will cause physical and mental deterioration the next day.

Your body has a close relationship with how many hours you sleep at night. And because of a close link between certain hormones and sleep, when you don't get enough sleep, this can lead to an imbalance in hormone activity. For example, insufficient sleep can affect growth and cell-repair throughout the body.

Moreover, your metabolism may also be affected. Some studies that conducted an experiment in healthy people who were sleep-deprived have shown that there are changes in the hormones involved in the regulation of appetite, and a concomitant increase in the search for food, as well as glucose metabolism.

Insufficient sleep also affects the normal brain functioning. When you do not get enough sleep, your brain will not function properly. People who are sleep-deprived experience lower energy levels with bursts of euphoria, unstable moods and excessive sleepiness during the day.

In fact, excessive sleepiness is very dangerous for people. When a person does not have a healthy sleep and constantly feels sleepy while driving, he is at a risk of getting into traffic accidents. At such times, it is better to take a cab or choose public transport.

It is clear that sleep problems are not long-lasting and that if you suffer from them for a long time, you will try to do everything to overcome them as soon as possible. However, we should not forget that chronic poor sleep can cause the development of illness such as cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, hypertension and certain types of cancer.

Just remember that your health is the key to a happy and long life, and sleep is the key to your health. Take Care!


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