Chronic insomnia can inflict significant damage to skin tissues, from premature aging to disorders such as eczema, as reported by Pro Health.

Numerous studies have established that stress-induced sleep debt (insomnia) can dramatically impair skin function and integrity.7-11 In addition to inducing such inflammatory skin conditions as eczema and psoriasis,3,6,12 sleep deprivation can exacerbate both allergic and irritant contact dermatitis.4,5

Regrettably, many victims of these sleep debt–related health conditions don’t take the right action to treat them because they (and their doctors) don’t recognize the real source of their problem.

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