Studies have shown that lack of quality sleep during the night leads to concentration and memory problems during the day. Sleep deprivation can even hinder the process of memory consolidation, as well as the development of new brain tissue.
After sleep deprivation, our brain’s emotional centers are 60% more reactive. And studies have shown that insomnia has direct correlation to anxiety and depression.
Poor sleep takes a serious physical toll on your body. It has been linked to increased calorie consumption, weight gain, weakened immune response, reduced sex drive, and an elevated risk of chronic conditions like heart disease, stroke, and Alzheimer's.