More Evidence Sleep Deprivation Is Bad For Your Brain Health

Posted by Krishna Bora on Tue, Jan 7, 2014  
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More Evidence Sleep Deprivation Is Bad For Your Brain Health
Sleep deprivation can cause a lot of harm then you could have ever thought. Not just that it makes you tired and weak, but also affects your weight and heart, have a look at the risks of not sleeping for six hours a day;
Increase Risk of Stroke: When you do not sleep well, you can increase the risks of stroke, which is found in a research in 2012. Those who sleep well for six hours had four times lowered the risk of stroke than anyone else.
Leads to Obesity: Too little sleep can also cause you to turn up obese too quick. Less sleep, more caffeine, more sugar, and more fats in the body. When you don’t sleep well, you tend to binge on food, which leads to obesity.
Risks of Diabetes: In some studies done in 2012, it was found that those people who do not take adequate sleep are at high risks of diabetes. It is found higher in people at their middle ages and also in teenagers. In another study, it was found that the fat cells increased the insulin resistance in those people who lacked of sleep. 
Full Memory Loss: In people who are deprived of sleep are at high risks of losing their memory, be forgetful and stay unfocussed. Sleep deprivation could also cause permanent cognitive issues. The less we sleep, the more we are at risks of losing our brain functioning and memory.
Damage Your Bones: This study done in some rats says that when you are sleep deprived, your bone gets weaker. It leads to osteoporosis. Research found that sleep deprivation changes the bone density and mineral quality. 

Sleep deprivation can cause a lot of harm then you could have ever thought. Not just that it makes you tired and weak, but also affects your weight and heart, have a look at the risks of not sleeping for six hours a day;

 

Increase Risk of Stroke: When you do not sleep well, you can increase the risks of stroke, which is found in a research in 2012. Those who sleep well for six hours had four times lowered the risk of stroke than anyone else.

 

Leads to Obesity: Too little sleep can also cause you to turn up obese too quick. Less sleep, more caffeine, more sugar, and more fats in the body. When you don’t sleep well, you tend to binge on food, which leads to obesity.

 

Risks of Diabetes: In some studies done in 2012, it was found that those people who do not take adequate sleep are at high risks of diabetes. It is found higher in people at their middle ages and also in teenagers. In another study, it was found that the fat cells increased the insulin resistance in those people who lacked of sleep. 

 

Full Memory Loss: In people who are deprived of sleep are at high risks of losing their memory, be forgetful and stay unfocussed. Sleep deprivation could also cause permanent cognitive issues. The less we sleep, the more we are at risks of losing our brain functioning and memory.

 

Damage Your Bones: This study done in some rats says that when you are sleep deprived, your bone gets weaker. It leads to osteoporosis. Research found that sleep deprivation changes the bone density and mineral quality.

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