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How Does Sleep Deprivation Affect Your Eating
Sleep deprivation is when either consciously or unconsciously you are not allowing your body enough time for sleep. Typically in adult normal time is 6-8 hours. There are some people that require more (> 10 hours). Sleep deprivation can take another form in the type of selective deprivation such as rem sleep deprivation. Typically this may be med induced or ...Read more
Sleep depriviation: College student needs an average of 9 hrs of sleep in order to wake up refreshed in the morning and to be able to function well during the day and concetrate and pay attention in the class. Sleep depriviation is the main cause of feeling tired, sleepy and being unable to learn. Inability to fall asleep or maintain sleep should be investigated by a sleep doctor so the student get enough sleep. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many ways: Sleep deprivation affects different people in different ways. The way it will affect someone with CP may depend to some extent on what their primary type of CP is. People with increased tone and spasticity will have more tone and spasticity. Those with poor balance will have worse balance etc. ...Read more
Sleepiness: Sleep deprivation (not getting enough time in bed) leads to daytime sleepiness and fatigue, with difficulty staying awake during the day. It also caused decrease in concentration and memory. 7-8 hours of sleep every night is necessary for most people, but most people no longer get it and are chronically sleep deprived. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Perhaps: Some people report that long-term stress, sitting for hours in front of their computer screens day in and day out, and chronic sleep deprivation have made their eyes worse. For the most part, the scientific literature does not tend to support that claim, but there are some who would say that you need to take as good care of your eyes as you do of the other parts of your body. ...Read more
Different for sexes: In men, ghrelin, a hormone is released that stimulates appetite, while in women, another hormone called glp-1 is released that decrease satiety. In both cases, it causes overeating. The body needs sleep to function properly regardless of food intake. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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