Why Sleep Deprivation Is Bad for You
Sleep is the body’s natural way of relieving stress, relaxing tired muscles, energizing the system, and making the body strong and healthy. Studies proved that people must sleep for at least eight hours a day for the body to function well.
However, due to our crazy lifestyle and the troubles the wars that go on in day by day life, we short change ourselves of sleep.
Sleep deprivation refers to the body’s lack of sleep due to many factors. And once you miss it ...it’s gone. You can’t make up for it. In this article, you will find out some of the many causes, symptoms, and effects of the no snooze body bruise!
Causes of sleep deprivation
There are many explainable causes of sleep deprivation:
How can you tell that you are already depriving yourself of sleep? The symptoms of sleep deprivation are many. The first sign is constant yawning. Sometimes, you will sleep in the middle of a meeting or when you are working on something. You are always groggy especially in the morning. You feel like you no longer want to get out of your bed. Heroic dreamers leap to life as they kill dragons or fall off cliffs.
And the consequences of sleep short fall?
Your well being is truly affected as you feel out of sorts. You become irritable, moody, and hot-tempered. You snap at people and become easily affected by the simplest changes or problems. You also start to lose concentration. It seems you no longer focus on the matters at hand and began to commit more mistakes. Your nose becomes painfull as you doze and slam your fact into the table.
Depriving yourself of sleep...or more correctly allowing your self to be deprived of rest, is very unhealthy.
There are many nasty effects of sleep deprivation:
Remedies for sleep deprivation
So...prepare for sleep as you would for a marathon or for a important event.
• Make sure the room temperature is comfortable and the mattress works for you.
• How many pillows...how big...how soft.
• Duvet or blankets. Think...it all makes a difference to your comfort.
• Exercise between a moderate dinner and hitting the sheets. No coffee or coke.
• Booze? Hahahaha.
• White noise? It works for some.
• Snore proofer? Lots available over the counter.
Sleep with no rest makes no sense. There are so many things you can do to stay youthful, healthy, and strong. But you will get a head start by sleeping correctly and giving your body enough rest.
From your own sleep experience, what would you recommend? You can leave your comment below and don't forget, share this in your favourite social media.
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