According to a report by fitness solutions firm Fitbit, Indians are among the poorest sleepers in the world, clocking in an average of 6.55 hours of sleep a night.
Sleep deprivation can interfere with the process that helps reinforce our memories, says a new study.
Sleep deprivation may make you munch on more calories the following day, potentially leading to weight gain and obesity, a new study has found.
Amidst our super stressful lives, we give up on sleep almost easily. Besides the obvious, your dinner decisions can also leave you wide-eyed.
The research reveals the changes sleep deprivation can impose on our ability to regulate emotions
A recent study states that those deprived of regular sleep are likely to have a weak immune system. Time to hit the bed.
One in every five people across the world is sleep deprived owing to reasons ranging from lifestyle, odd working hours and personal obligations, a survey said ahead of World Sleep Day.
Lack of sleep can bend our food preferences towards more sweet and high-fat foods like cheesy pizza or cakes and ice-creams.
The important thing to understand is that the quality of sleep you get is as important as the amount of sleep hours every day.
The researchers of the study warns that teenage girls who prefer to go to bed late are at greater risk of weight gain, compared to same-age girls who go to bed earlier.