What Happens After 2 Weeks of Poor Sleep

What Happens After 2 Weeks of Poor Sleep

What happens over time if you’re sleep-deprived? I think this might shock you.

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0:00 Introduction: What happens if you get poor sleep?
0:33 The effects of poor sleep
2:55 How to sleep better
13:18 Check out my video on melatonin!

Let’s talk about what would happen if you had poor sleep for 14 days. Some people can get away with less sleep, but most of us need at least 7 to 8 hours of sleep a night.

Poor sleep doesn’t just cause fatigue. It can affect many different parts of the body, including your:
1. Cognitive function
Potentially causing:
• Poor memory
• Lack of creativity
• Decreased focus

2. Mood
Potentially causing:
• Anxiety
• Stress
• Depression
• Irritability

3. Heart
Potentially causing an increased risk of:
• High blood pressure
• Heart attack
• Stroke

4. Hormones
Potentially causing:
• Low testosterone
• Low libido
• Infertility

5. Inflammation
Potentially causing:
• Increased pain

6. Blood sugar
• Increased blood sugar

7. Weight
• Increased weight gain

8. Immune system
• Increased susceptibility to getting infections

What to do for poor sleep:
• Keep certain plants in your room (pothos and peace lily) to give you more oxygen while you sleep

• Sleep in the dark, avoid blue light, and increase your exposure to infrared light

• Keep your room cool (64 to 68 degrees Fahrenheit)

• Drink most of your water around dinner time and no later

• Take vitamin D to decrease back pain

• Try earplugs

• Take vitamin B1 to calm your mind

• Increase your magnesium and potassium to decrease cramps

• Increase your potassium to help with a high pulse rate

• Exercise, do physical work, and take certain supplements to help lower your stress

• Drink kefir before bed to help improve your digestion

• Spend time in the sun to increase your melatonin

• Avoid stimulants

• Balance your blood sugar levels

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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps explain what happens if you don’t get enough sleep. I’ll see you in the next video.

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