By:Â Michele Wolfson
While it may seem like losing sleep isn’t such a big deal, sleep deprivation has a wide range of negative effects that go way beyond daytime drowsiness. Sleep is as important as food, but in this crazy world that we live in, it is often taken for granted. A chronic lack of sleep can cause a host of problems including increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, obesity, irregular hormone production, high blood pressure, and other health problems.
If you want to feel your best, stay healthy, and perform up to your potential, sleep is a necessity- not a luxury. Learn how to determine if you get enough sleep and what you can do to bounce back from chronic sleep loss and get on a healthy sleep schedule. Here are 8 signs that you’re sleep deprived Read More