1) You crave high carb and fatty foods. When you’re sleep deprived, the hormone grehlin, which is in charge of hunger, can become over produced, leading to serious cravings for junk food. 2) You already forgot...
Sleep deprivation slowly whittles away at your health, wellbeing and happiness. In the long term, not getting enough sleep can even increase our risk of getting metabolic diseases! Find out how the solution to better sleep could reside in your gut.
Everyone's immune system is unique, so how #sleep deprivation affects you might be different from how it affects others. But, here are just a few ways chronic skimping may affect your #health. #insomnia
Lack of sleep has many ramifications, from minor to major, and over the long term, poor sleep can contribute to a whole host of chronic health problems. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2016/03/03/sleep-deprivation-effects.aspx
Help Your Child Develop Healthy Sleep Habits For Life (Infographic
Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder that affects about 18 million Americans. It has been linked to higher risk of heart disease, depression, high blood pressure and sleep deprivation. The two new studies now link sleep apnea to the higher risk of dying from cancer.
Nutmeg is a great natural cure for both insomnia and sleep deprivation. It is a rich source of myristicin, a natural organic compound that inhibits the release of enzymes that cause stress. Since stress is one of the many factors that play a role in insomnia, this makes nutmeg effective at making sure one has a more peaceful sleep.