Short sleep duration is associated with an increased risk of developing obesity and weight gain. Sleep deprivation may increase your appetite and cause you to eat more calories
Good sleep can maximize problem-solving skills and enhance memory. In contrast, poor sleep has been shown to impair brain function and decision making skills.
Getting enough sleep has been shown to improve many aspects of athletic and physical performance.
Sleeping fewer than seven hours per night is linked to an increased risk of heart disease and high blood pressure.
Many studies show a strong association between chronic sleep deprivation and risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Poor sleeping patterns are strongly linked to depression, particularly for those with a sleeping disorder.
Recently, preliminary data shows that getting enough sleep before and after receiving a COVID-19 vaccination may improve vaccine efficacy.
Sleep disturbance is linked to higher levels of inflammation. Over time, this can increase your risk of developing chronic conditions like heart disease, depression, and Alzheimer’s disease.
Sleep deprivation may reduce your social skills and ability to process emotions.