5 Conditions That Can Suffered If Sleep Deprivation

Sleep each person needs is not the same, but for most people, eight hours of quality sleep time is needed for a range of important functions of the above can run optimally. The best thing is to know how much the body needs sleep as much as possible and replace the old. For children and adolescents, their sleep needs half an hour to an hour above the normal range.

Sleep needs are not fulfilled can cause you look tired when you wake up or evaporate throughout the day. Some of the following may also occur if you are experiencing sleep deprivation.



5 Conditions That Can Suffered If Sleep Deprivation :

1. Serious illness
As many as 9 out of 10 people suffering from insomnia were also suffering serious diseases. Insomnia itself is a condition of a person who insomnia or difficulty sleeping soundly.

The risk of serious illness suffered by patients with insomnia are heart disease, either a heart attack or heart failure. Know that sleep is important for the body’s ability to heal and improve a person’s blood vessels and heart. That is why someone who sleep less tend to be prone to suffer from cardiovascular disease related serious.

People with insomnia are also likely to suffer from heart rhythms abnormally (arrhythmias), diabetes, stroke, or high blood pressure.

2. Easily hurt and stubborn
The body’s immune system produces proteins called cytokines. Cytokines are needed to help the body for infection, inflammation and stress. When we are sleeping, the body of the release of cytokines. If we lack sleep, then the production of these cytokines will also be reduced.

Lack of sleep also causes decreased ability of the immune system and cell performance in fighting infection. That certainly may be harmful to the toughness of the immune system to fight the source of the disease and speed the healing process naturally.

3. Decreased sexual performance
The men and women who experience lack of sleep reported decreased desire and less interested in sexual intercourse. The desire and interest in them is reduced due to fatigue, sleepiness, and increased stress.

For men with sleep apnea or respiratory problems that disrupt sleep, there may be other factors that affect their lack of sexual interest, namely testosterone levels. At least half of men reported sleep apnea patients had low testosterone levels and issued a number of testosterone that is not normal at night.

4. Lowering memory
Sleep is the time to enter things they have learned and we have experienced in the short-term memory system. During sleep, neural connections that support one’s memory has strengthened. If the sleep cycle is interrupted, automatic memory consolidation would be impaired.

Lack of sleep also will result in a person tend to be sleepy which is one factor contributing to a person’s easy to forget. Drowsiness is also instrumental for the loss of ability to focus and concentrate. If this continues, then do not be surprised if your memory weakened.

5. Accelerate aging
What will you see on the faces of people who are sleep deprived? Pale skin and puffy eyes, is not it? If lack of sleep occurs continuously, then the skin will become dull, embossed fine lines, and there were dark circles under the eyes.

This is related to the increased production of the hormone cortisol in someone less sleep. Excessive cortisol can destroy the protein that served to soften the skin and make it elastic or so-called skin collagen. Lack of sleep also affects the insufficient production of growth hormone. This particular hormone helps increase muscle mass, skin thicken, and strengthen bones.


” Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have “

– Winston S. Churchill –


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