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Are You Getting Enough Sleep?

Release time:2019/08/14 丨 Source of articles:sialiy 丨 Browse times:

We spend about one-third of our lives asleep. This may sound like a lot of time, but it is not wasted. Our bodies need sleep to stay healthy. Not getting enough sleep, or as we sometimes say shut-eye, can make us sick. Are you getting enough beauty sleep? A new study from the University of Washington in the U.S. seems to confirm this. Dr. Nathaniel Watson was the lead writer of the study. He is also co-director of the university's Medicine Sleep Center at Harborview Medical Center. Watson says his study shows that the immune system works best when the body gets enough sleep.Watson's study provides more evidence that sleep is important to "overall health and well-being." And sleep is especially important to immune health. The website Health.com lists several signs that may mean you are not getting enough sleep. You're always hungry or you've gained weight. A lack of sleep can affect the hormones that tell your brain you have eaten enough. You have trouble making decisions. A lack of sleep may affect your higher level brain functions, such as problem solving. You have trouble remembering things. Sleep helps prepare the brain for new memories. You feel very emotional. People who are sleep deprived may feel unable to control their emotions, whether they be angry, sad or happy. Your skin doesn't look good. When we sleep, the body repairs damaged cells, like skin cells. (We don't call it beauty sleep for nothing!) You are having trouble seeing. When you're tired you may not be able to control your eye muscles.

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