July 7, 2022

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8 Signs You’re Not Getting Enough Sleep

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Many people do not get enough quality sleep, and this can affect their health, well-being, and ability to do everyday activities. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend that adults get at least 7 hours each night.
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In a nutshell:

Many people do not get enough quality sleep, and this can affect their health, well-being, and ability to do everyday activities. Occasional interruptions to sleep can be a nuisance, while an ongoing lack of quality sleep can affect a person`s performance at work or school, their ability to function day to day, their quality of life, and their health. Most of us need around 8 hours of good-quality sleep a night to function properly – but some need more and some less. As a general rule, if you wake up tired and spend the day longing for a chance to have a nap, it’s likely that you’re not getting enough sleep.

Everyone’s experienced fatigue, short temper, and lack of focus that often follow a poor night’s sleep. An occasional night without sleep makes you feel tired and irritable the next day, but it won’t harm your health. You’ll start to feel down, and may fall asleep during the day. If it continues, lack of sleep can affect your overall health and make you prone to serious medical conditions, such as obesity, heart disease, high blood pressure (hypertension), and diabetes.

If just a few late nights at work can make you irritable, can you imagine what weeks and months of sleep deprivation can do to a body? Several studies have proven that lack of sleep contributes to high levels of Cortisol, also called the stress hormone. While some people may suffer disturbed sleep patterns due to stress, others may become more stressed because of lack of sleep. People who are sleep-deprived suffer from a chronic sense of lethargy all the time. You could fall asleep in the middle of the day even when you fight it.

Just like a good night’s sleep keeps you happy and sprightly the next day, not getting enough sleep can play havoc with your days including messing up your emotional state. Some people also experience extreme emotions oscillating between feeling ecstatic to being miserable. This gets affected when you don’t get enough sleep, hence a lowering of our body’s immunity and defense mechanism. Skin, being the largest organ of the body, is impacted greatly due to sleep deprivation.

It is at night time that the body produces Collagen – which helps make the skin firmer. So look out for those skin breakouts as a possible sign of sleep deprivation. Sleep deprivation is known to magnify the effects of alcohol on your body. So a person affected by sleep deprivation will show greater levels of intoxication than someone who is well-rested.

Even while we sleep at night, our brain is at work doing many tasks important for our well-being. Look for signs of forgetfulness and a lack of ability to remember minute details of recent events that ordinarily you would have no problem recounting. Not getting enough sleep can mess with an appetite-controlling hormone in the body called Leptin. You can thank this hormone for the feeling of satisfaction you get after a good meal.

Lack of sleep affects the production of this hormone making the brain feel the need for more calories than normal. The result will be a perpetual feeling of hunger. Here Are 7 Ways In Which A Good Night’s Sleep Can Boost Your Health: Studies have shown that people who sleep less than 7 hours a day tend to gain more weight and have

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