Are you one of those people who try to operate on as little sleep as possible? You’re not alone; most of us suffer from bouts of sleep deprivation. However, aside from being a grumpy, walking, zombie, lack of sleep can affect your health in seven very dangerous ways…
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1. Sleep Deprivation Can Put At Risk for Chronic Conditions
If you suffer from insomnia, you might not only leave your car keys in the refrigerator…again, you might actually increase your chances of developing a chronic condition. Research studies suggest that the majority of insomniacs (about 90-percent) develop a health condition spurred by chronic lack of sleep—including cardiovascular issues, arrhythmia, high blood pressure, or diabetes.