Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Direct effects of sleep deprivation on the physical

Almost a quarter of people who sleep less than 6 hours per night are known to suffer from various diseases of the heart and blood vessels. Call it an abnormal heartbeat,blood vessel blockage, etc. Lack of sleep in the long run can also make a person diessooner.

Here are some direct effects of sleep deprivation on the physical.

1. movement of the reflex
After 24 hours without sleep, cognitive-motor performance on par with someone whodrank five alcohol, says a study in Nature. To get around the effects of lack of sleep,drink coffee and slept for 20 minutes. Usually these tricks used by driver fatigue. But still it is actually needed by the body is sleeping.

2. on the stomach
The production of leptin, the hormone that makes you feel full and regulate fat storage, will be reduced by 15.5 percent on their hours of sleep only five hours. It's no wonder ifthe belly was so easy to feel hungry.

3. waist circumference
People who are sleep-deprived have a body mass index greater than 3.6 percent on average. Those who are accustomed to close my eyes just five hours per night also hasmore fat in the body.

A man who habitually sleep less than six hours will undergo peningkatakan blood pressure 132 (normally less than 120). Maybe because of no sleep causes hormonecortisol rise.

5. Pancreas
Men at risk twice as big as it can have a risk of diabetes during their lifetime due tohours of sleep less than six hours per night.

6. the brain
Staying up for 19 hours over three days in a row can be damaging or deadly brain cells.This is evidenced by the research done on animals and researchers believe this mightbe true for men too. Without sleep, the brain is also not able to clean the proteincauses plaques cause alzheimer's disease and dementia.

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