No sleep can lead to many more bad habits over the years. Sleep deprivation comes in all forms and can lead to depression, low libido, weight gain, and more. The CDC reported that 35% of adults get less than seven hours of sleep on average, and 38% have even dropped off to sleep during the day at least once in the past month. Chronic sleep disorders, or lack of sleep, can lead to diabetes, stroke, heart disease, heart failure, irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure, and more throughout time. Getting little sleep also impairs your cognitive processes and can impact your alertness, concentration, reasoning, and problem solving. It can also kill your sex drive or any desire to work out, as well as age you. Yes, lack of sleep can lead to fine lines, dark circles under the eyes, and overall lackluster skin, so close your eyes and snooze a bit longer each day.
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