A little bit of sleep is good for your health, but sleep deprivation can be dangerous.
Here’s how to keep your brain alert and your body healthy at the same time.
article Sleep deprivation causes many problems.
Sleep loss can make your body more vulnerable to illness, and sleep deprivation also impacts our moods and mood swings.
A recent study in The Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition found that sleep deprivation led to a lower sense of well-being, reduced empathy, decreased social cognition, and decreased cognitive flexibility.
Sleep deprivation can also lead to poor body image and an inability to focus on your own health.
Researchers at the University of California at Berkeley found that a sleep deficit reduced self-confidence and negatively affected self-esteem.
In one study, sleep deprivation decreased social functioning, self-acceptance, and empathy.
Sleep deprivation also negatively affects the immune system, which is known to protect against disease.
So if you have trouble falling asleep, you need to take steps to help your body get more rest.
If you’re in a rush to go to sleep, you can try taking a nap before bed or after the workout.