Sleeping is important for the mind and body. Without it, you will be in a dilemma. There are many effects of skipping your bedtime.
Lack of sleep dumbs you down, impairing your alertness and problem-solving. Second, you won’t be able to remember what you learnt that day, meaning that you are suffering from memory loss. This has negative consequences, as you won’t be able to remember or solve simple questions like 8 + 6. That would be terrible for you.
Another negative thing about lack of sleep is risk of death. In the Whitehall II Study, British researchers looked at how lack of sleep affected more than 10,000 British servants. The results showed that those who had less sleep nearly doubled their risk of death from all causes. So remember to get lots of sleep.
Sleeping boosts your immunity. Caught every flu and cold out there this year? Your sleeping habits will have to be blamed. Less sleep disrupts your immune system, so your body finds it harder to fend off disease.
So it’s a good idea to get your sleep in. Not too much; oversleeping can be bad for you! So remember to sleep. Good night!