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You are probably aware of the health risks of not getting enough exercise or eating a nutritious diet, but what about the risks of not getting enough

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1) You crave high carb and fatty foods. When you’re sleep deprived, the hormone grehlin, which is in charge of hunger, can become over produced, leading to serious cravings for junk food. 2) You already forgot...

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Postpartum Sleep Deprivation - Effects, Signs & Symptoms

Postpartum Sleep Deprivation - Effects, Signs & Symptoms: you are looking for some effective tips to sleep better after you have had your baby, read our post here.

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Everyone's immune system is unique, so how #sleep deprivation affects you might be different from how it affects others. But, here are just a few ways chronic skimping may affect your #health. #insomnia

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Help Your Child Develop Healthy Sleep Habits For Life (Infographic) — Health Hub from Cleveland Clinic

Help Your Child Develop Healthy Sleep Habits For Life (Infographic

Help Your Child Develop Healthy Sleep Habits For Life (Infographic) — Health Hub from Cleveland Clinic

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Lack of sleep has many ramifications, from minor to major, and over the long term, poor sleep can contribute to a whole host of chronic health problems. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2016/03/03/sleep-deprivation-effects.aspx

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Sleep deprivation slowly whittles away at your health, wellbeing and happiness. In the long term, not getting enough sleep can even increase our risk of getting metabolic diseases! Find out how the solution to better sleep could reside in your gut.

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More than 70 million Americans suffer from one or more of the 85 sleep disorders recognized by the American Sleep Disorders Association. What is the cost of our restless nights?

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Sleep Deprivation Can...Increase Stroke Risk ~~ Even without the typical risk factors, like being overweight or having a family history, short sleep can up your risk for stroke, according to 2012 research. Adults who regularly slept fewer than 6 hours a night had four time 4 X the risk of stroke symptoms, HuffPost reported.

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