Being sure you get enough sleep is good for your mental stability, but it also has a big impact on your heart, energy level, weight and skin. Your body needs sleep. Your brain need sleep to function. While sleeping there are parts of the brain that are being exercised. Parts of your brain you don’t use everyday.
- While sleeping, The creative parts of your brain are strengthening and growing. That is happening so that when you need to use that part of your brain, you are ready for it.
- During sleep, you are giving your vision a rest. Your vision is a cognitive activity. Sleep allows your brain to process information and store it in your memory.
- The optimal amount of sleep for a man is seven to eight hours per night and for a woman it is six to seven hours. By not getting enough sleep, you can be at an increased risk for a heart attack.
- If you are someone who doesn’t get enough sleep, or gets poor-quality sleep, you may have more pain. When you are not getting a good, full night sleep, you are not getting a full refresh. Having extra pain can cause to feel even more tired, even just at the very start of the day.
- People who get consistent and quality sleep tend to have an easier time managing their weight. Less sleep means you’re more likely to snack more and poor sleep raises your risk for obesity by 21 percent.
- Continuous lack of sleep can do some awful thing to your skin. Since your are not sleeping enough, your arteries may not be as healthy as they should be, this is causing you not to get enough blood to your skin. Lacking the blood flow to your skin, you can cause increased inflammation and your skin can age quicker. Mental fatigue can cause the muscles in your face to tense up, and your skin would be more prone to dullness, rough texture, uneven pigment and wrinkles.
Many people have trouble falling asleep. Additionally, when your immune system needs all the energy it can get, like when you are fighting an infection, you are not adequately resting your energy supply. That causes your body to overheat and worsen your energy problem. Your weakened immune system can borrow energy from other parts of your body. So this ultimately makes you feel more tired.