10 Adverse Effects of Sleep Deprivation (1)
WASHINGTON – For some people, getting a quality night’s sleep is not easy.
If you include from the hard bed, you have to beware. Because lack of sleep at night can give bad impact.
Here are 10 effects of sleep deprivation as quoted from SymptomFind, Thursday (01/31).
1. Weight loss increases
If you often sleep less than seven hours, you may find your waistline grow wide. That’s because your body is difficult to process leptin protein production. This type of protein that regulates the body’s metabolism and increase your appetite when you stay awake.
When your metabolism slows down and eating up, it’s very easy to increase your weight. Lack of sleep also makes your body hard to produce sugar. This in turn increases your blood sugar levels. Eventually, this will lead to the development of type 2 diabetes.
2. Stress increases
If you are feeling stressed about something, chances are, it was because you kept awake at night. Lack of sleep is proven to increase levels of stress, which eventually led to its impact on your daily life. Lack of sleep causes stress hormone levels in the body increases.
3. High blood pressure
Stress causes more disease hormone produced by the body. Lack of sleep causes a bad risk to your body. For example, you will be susceptible to high blood pressure or hypertension. In fact, some studies have shown lack of sleep can affect your blood pressure in just 24 hours.
In the long run, it is certainly cause heart disease. So, if you sleep less than six hours per night, then your blood pressure will continue to increase. (To be continued)