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5 Ways Staying Up All Night Could be Harmful to Health

5 Ways Staying Up All Night Could be Harmful to Health

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Do you know if sleep is a perfect time for body to release essential hormone, include growth hormone as well as repair important parts, but, what happens to the body when you didn’t get enough sleep?

1. Forgettable

According to University of California lack of sleep affects the your ability to bring new information to the brain “storage”. A series of tests conducted to measure cortisol hormone production as well as oxygen level. Cortisol has effect on long-term memory. While cortisol reaches peak level, it is released in response to concentration. Keep in mind: it is very important to have enough rest to reduce lack of focus and concentrate.

2. Depression

Lack of sleep makes depression even worse. Someone who lack of sleep, sleep less than 6 hours have greater levels of depression. Meanwhile, National Sleep Foundation recommend for appropriate sleep duration, remains 7 – 9 hours (adult). Some symptoms of depression are anxious, often loss temper and look unhealthy. It more way bring you to the horrible fact that depression causes heart attack and cancer.

3. Makes Fat

According to University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine, staying up late makes someone eat more. On the other words, lack of sleep increasing the desire to eat high-fat and high-calorie foods. Lisa Moskovitz, founder of Your New York Dietician says that eating in the middle of the night identically with warmth feel hard to resist for most people.

4. Skin Looks Older

Lack of sleep not only makes skin look older, but also duller and causes dark circles under the eye. According to study from Stockholm, someone who lack of sleep look older than the actual age because their faces look tired. While lack of sleep, body releases more cortisone hormone that break up skin collagen, that is why the face looks duller and older. If collagen-making is working as it should, skin looks smooth, spongy and full.

5. Diabetes

Lack of sleep decreasing body’s ability to digest glucose. While glucose not digested, it may decrease metabolic process. Lack of sleep is part of an unhealthy lifestyle. Someone may tend to eat more, smoking, even drinking alcohol without accompanied by physical activities. People who lack of sleep have higher BMI (body mass index) that caused diabetes.