What Happens to Your Skin When You Don’t Get Enough Sleep
The sleep conversation seems tired: You know you’re supposed to score eight hours of z’s a night (and quit it with the iPad in bed, and stop pushing your bedtime back, and wake up at 7 a.m. even on weekends), but let’s be honest: We’re all guilty of neglecting shuteye. In fact, data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that 35.3 percent of us report sleeping less than seven hours in a 24-hour period, and 37.9 percent have unintentionally fallen asleep during the day. And so the cycle goes. We’re all tired. The CDC even considers insufficient sleep a public health problem. But spending less time in la-la land isn’t just detrimental to your physical health (lack of sleep has been linked to serious issues including diabetes, heart disease, depression, and obesity)—it wreaks havoc on your skin, too. Keep reading to learn how (and then, seriously, early to bed tonight).
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