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THURSDAY, Feb. 19, 2015 (HealthDay News) A new study helps explain why getting too little sleep might boost diabetes risk. Researchers say lack of sleep can lead to increased levels of substances called free fatty acids in the blood. These substances interfere with the ability of the hormone insulin to regulate blood sugar levels. A recent study says less than six hours of sleep per night can lead to cancer or early death for someone middle aged or older with existing high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes or heart disease. Mood Disorders.
Given that a single sleepless night can cause people to be irritable and moody the following day, it is conceivable that chronic insufficient sleep may lead to long-term mood disorders. Chronic sleep issues have been correlated with depression, anxiety, and mental distress. People who sleep less than six hours a night may be more likely to develop cardiovascular disease than those who sleep seven to eight hours, a Spanish study suggests. In the study, 3,974 bank. Too much sugar in the blood can lead to Type 2 diabetes and, according to the National Sleep Foundation, “getting too little sleep can increase your appetite and reduce your level of satiet.
Too little sleep may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. Hormone levels: Insufficient sleep can affect hormone production, including the production of growth hormones and testosterone. Yep, a glass of vino can simmer you down and make it easier to fall asleep. However, research shows that while it may help you conk out, there’s also a rebound effect that causes lighter and more fragmented sleep in the second half of the night; that’s why you’re up at 3 a.m. It also decreases sleep quality — so you rise less refreshed.
Alcohol, caffeine and nicotine can interfere with sleep. Limit use of these substances, especially at night. Also, avoid TV during periods of wakefulness at night. Encourage physical activity.
Walks and other physical activities can help promote better sleep at night. Limit daytime sleep. Discourage afternoon napping.
Set a peaceful mood in the. Sleep is essential for a healthy heart. People who don’t sleep enough are at higher risk for cardiovascular disease and coronary heart disease—regardless of age, weight, smoking and exercise habits.
Getting enough good quality sleep is important if you want to lower you risk of these conditions. People with hypersomnia might require as many as 10 to 12 hours of sleep per night to feel their best. Since day-to-day life might include responsibilities that don’t.
List of related literature:
|from Sleep Disorders Medicine E-Book: Basic Science, Technical Considerations, and Clinical Aspects|
|from A Guide to Evidence-based Integrative and Complementary Medicine|
|from Principles and Practice of Sleep Medicine: Expert Consult Premium Edition Enhanced Online Features|
|from Handbook of Psychophysiology|
|from Krause’s Food & the Nutrition Care Process, Iranian Edition E-Book|
|from Sleep Deprivation and Disease: Effects on the Body, Brain and Behavior|
|from Encyclopedia of Human Behavior|
|from Encyclopedia of Sleep|
|from Medical Medium Thyroid Healing: The Truth behind Hashimoto’s, Graves’, Insomnia, Hypothyroidism, Thyroid Nodules & Epstein-Barr|
|from Introduction to the Counseling Profession: Sixth Edition|