From restless nights to an impact on the body’s natural clock, a Bold Sky news report explains how smoking can impact sleep.
Smoking kills in many ways. It is linked to several types of cancers, anxiety, depression, infections, heart issues and many other health issues.
But seldom do smokers realise that their sleep is radically affected just because of the tobacco stick. And when you don’t get enough sleep, other disorders will easily affect you and make you weaker.
Yes, nicotine can disrupt sleep cycles. If you don’t believe, then read on to know how the habit of smoking wrecks your natural sleep cycle.
Fact #1 Smoking can directly affect your body’s natural clock. When the circadian clock gets affected, sleep quality gets affected; other effects like anxiety and depression are not uncommon.