In today's video, you will learn why the brain reduces in size when you don't sleep and its consequences.
Do you sleep well? From 0 to 10, how would you rate your sleep?
Are your nights followed by insomnia or interrupted sleep? Do you have trouble falling asleep?
When we talk about health, poor sleep can increase the risk of heart disease, heart failure, high blood pressure, strokes, and diabetes.
Some people even say that it lowers sexual drive. Did you know that?
Even knowing how important sleep is, many people still can't rest at night simply because they can't easily fall asleep.
Do you suffer during the day because your nights aren't peaceful, then you know how hard it is to stay alert and concentrated during the day, right?
This happens because sleep has the role of resting and restoring the body.
Without a good night's sleep, the body will suffer the side effects: tiredness and toxins that hinder its functioning.
But this is not the only thing that happens when the body is prevented from sleeping.
According to a study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, poor sleep causes the brain to self-destruct over the years.
But researchers say that lack of sleep definitely isn't good for the brain: the recommendation of a good sleep routine is still the rule for everybody.
We have many videos on the channel that can help you sleep better: essential oils, relaxing teas, natural supplements, etc.
If you have ever tried any of these tricks, leave your opinion in the comments below.
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