Tuesday, December 1, 2015


In youth we seem to lose our beautiful nights in clubs, on vacation or simply with friends to a movie marathon.
But do not imagine the sleepless nights will have an impact so great as researchers have discovered recently.

Let's see what effects have sleepless nights! The study itself shows how important is sleep at night and how much it helps to maintain optimal health.
Lack of sleep seems to be closely related to serious degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's or multiple sclerosis.

Sleepless nights have the same effect as a blow received on the head, because lack of sleep cause significant changes in the brain changes that occur with blows to the head. In addition, the brain uses sleep to clean toxins and if we are deprived of sleep accumulate more toxins that can affect us later.

Other studies have shown that lack of sleep can cause many disorders, from heart disease, and up to severe headaches.
In addition, those who do not get enough sleep during the night (at least 8 hours) have a lower level of IQ next morning. In conclusion, researchers warn us of the importance of sleep at night sleep we stay healthy for longer.