A contributor to Bustle recently laid out the negative consequences of being chronically under-rested.
As a certified health coach, I work with clients on getting enough sleep in the week, as missing out on a few days, especially consecutive ones, can really hinder your ability to concentrate at work and stay energized and alive during social obligations. Not getting enough sleep can also interfere with your immune system and cause inflammation in the body, advises certified healthy lifestyle coach Liz Traines over email with Bustle. Setting an alarm clock to go to bed earlier at night, eating the right foods, shutting down stimulating gadgets, and just prepping the body for bed ahead of time can all help you get the rest you need to feel refreshed come morning. Here are 11 things that can happen to your body if you don’t sleep for more than 6 hours a night for a few days in a row.
See the list at www.bustle.com