Sleeping less than six hours for a period of two weeks or more would result in as much impairment as staying awake for 24 hours. Also sleeping less than seven hours a night would impair one’s performance levels and lead to possible risk of having car accidents.
A fellowship trained sleep specialist, Dr. Goldstein and her colleagues at NorthShore’s Sleep Center help diagnose and treat a full range of sleep disorders including sleep apnea, insomnia, parasomnias, restless leg syndrome and …
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Lowered insulin resistance, increased risk of heart disease , osteoporosis and inflammation in the body could be related to sleep deprivation. Sleeping longer on the weekends would not make up for the lost hours during weeknights. Good sleeping habits could help individuals steer their life and health in the right direction. Further steps need to be adopted as well to overcome sleep disorders.