The Dangers of Sleep Deprivation

On October 13, 2013 by Physical Culturist

The Dangers of Sleep Deprivation – “You are probably aware of the health risks of not getting enough exercise or eating a nutritious diet, but what about the risks of not getting enough sleep? Sleep deprivation can be a result of a medical condition, psychological condition, or even from another person and the effects on your overall health can be pretty serious. Here’s a breakdown of the dangers of sleep deprivation.”

The Dangers of Sleep Deprivation

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