The Consequences Of Insomnia
There are serious health risks associated with chronic insomnia, and it can increase the risk of mental health problems as well as overall health concerns.
Increased Risk Of Chronic Diseases
Long-term sleep loss can weaken the immune system, inflammation, diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease.
Increased Risk Of Mental Health Disorders
A lack of sleep can cause feelings of anxiety, depression, confusion or irritation. It can also cause memory problems or difficulty concentrating.
Increased Risk Of Accidents
The immediate concern is daytime sleepiness, which can affect concentration, and too little sleep which can also increase the risk of car accidents.