Unhealthy consequences of sleep deprivatione

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Unhealthy consequences of sleep deprivatione

Randy Gardner is stay awake the official world record since 1964. He held the 11 days and 24 minutes full. Today refuses the Guinness Book of Records to cooperate with new record attempts. So little sleep is indeed determined not healthy. For example, it can have this effect.

Although people on average one third of their lives spend sleeping, there is actually very little is known about the exact benefits of sleep . Sleep is at least one type of service. At night, your body and mind have a chance to recover from the day. You sleep too little, then you recover physically and psychologically inadequate.

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