Sleeping More On Weekends? It May Up Risk of Diabetes and Heart Diseases

We all know how sleep plays a vital role in regulating some of the processes in our body. Irregular sleep time has long been linked to a host of health ailments. Sleep is important for proper functioning of our brain. Good night’s sleep also helps improve learning and ability to retain information. It affects your decision-making ability as well. Sleep deprivation may alter brain activity and functioning and is linked to risk-taking behavior and depression. Experts suggest that not sleeping for at least 7-8 hours every day may have severe health repercussions. Also, sleeping late at night – even though you may end up meeting the 8-hour sleep mark – is also linked with health issues.



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