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Lose Sleep, Lose Your Mind And Health

Lose Sleep, Lose Your Mind And Health Early studies have linked lack of sleep to both colorectal and aggressive breast cancers. Multiple studies have suggested a relationship between chronic sleep deprivation and increased obesity risk. Research has linked short-term sleep deprivation with a propensity to load up on bigger portions, a preference for high-calorie, high-carb foods and a greater likelihood of choosing unhealthy foods while grocery shopping. Hungrier and apt to Stroke risk quadruples eat more Obesity risk jumps More likely to have an accident Not looking Risk of some your best – or cancers may your most increase approachable More likely to catch Diabetes AFTER A WHILE YOUR... AFTER ONE NIGHT YOU'RE... risk goes up a cold Heart disease risk increases Losing brain tissue Sperm count decreases More likely to get emotional Less focused Risk of death and having goes up memory problems A SLEEP study evaluating 1,741 men and women over the course of 10 to 14 years found that men who slept fewer than six hours had a significant increase in mortality risk, even after adjusting for diabetes, hypertension and other factors. A small, recent study of 15 men, published in the journal SLEEP, found that just one night of sleep deprivation was linked with signs of brain tissue loss. Sources: SLEEP, Cancer, University Hospitals, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Annals Of Internal Medicine, UC Berkeley, Carnegie Mellon University, European Heart Journal, American Journal of Epidemiology, Photo: Getty THE HUFFINGTON POST CD

Lose Sleep, Lose Your Mind And Health

shared by alissascheller on Jan 08
If you don't snooze, you lose. Skimping on sleep can wreak havoc from head to toe. In fact, one study published last year showed that just one week of sleeping fewer than six hours a night resulted in...




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