Sleep deprivation not only can make infections more common, but unfortunately, it can worsen our cholesterol levels if we do not sleep enough.
Sleep deprivation also has a bad effect on cholesterolPrevious studies have also shown that sleep deprivation affects inflammation, the immune system, metabolism, and hormones that regulate blood flow, but recent studies by the University of Helsinki have also shown that this matter is also affected. The Helsinki team dr. Tarja Porkka-Heiskanen and fat and cholesterol metabolism, since no previous research has been done on this subject. The results showed that genes involved in cholesterol delivery regulation were less active in subjects who slept less than in subjects who were able to rest in sufficient quantities.
All this has been found to be true under laboratory conditions as well as based on data from surveys conducted in the public domain. It was also found that little sleepers had lower levels of good quality cholesterol, thus increasing the risk of cardiovascular disease.
In the light of the examinations, researchers would like to draw attention to the fact that health campaigns adequate amount of sleep is important they should also emphasize exercise and healthy eating, as weekly inadequate sleep has an effect on the immune system. Researchers in the future are preparing to examine what is the slightest sleep deprivation that can have a negative impact on health.
Sleep deprivation can have a number of detrimental effects on children: it increases the chances of developing chronic diseases, adversely affects thinking, linguistic and grammatical skills, and, in general, learning. Younger children increase their sensitivity, stress, become anxious, inactive, feel worse in the social environment, and have difficulty adapting.
The quality of sleep is significantly influenced by the direct use of the tablet, tablet, computer or smartphone before bedtime.
It is a matter of midnight, mothers sleep little, or if they get enough in time, they are not good enough. They have to stop interrupting their sleep, which can take years. Continuous sleep deprivation can lead to malaise, depression, fatigue, and irritability.