Do hunger pangs hit you at the sight of guilty pleasures like cookies, candy and chips, even after having a full-course meal? If yes, blame it on sleep deprivation.
For the first time, a group of scientists have established a link between poor sleep and Alzheimers disease.
The joint study, conducted by New York University and the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden, indicates that lack of sleep can rob your natural beauty and also affect your social life.
A new study, published in the journal Neurology,shows that poor sleep may have some serious consequences like increasing your risk for developing Alzheimer's disease.
People who sleep less than seven hours each night are at higher risk of developing cardiovascular diseases (CVD) and coronary heart disease, warn researchers. Read on.
Continuous lack of sleep deprivation is related to glucose intolerance and insulin resistance, which increases the chance of developing Type-II diabetes.
According to researchers, a diabetic patient who stays up till late may develop a higher risk of depression.
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.
Children who experience inadequate or disrupted sleep are more likely to develop depression and anxiety disorders later in life, suggests a new research.
Lack of sleep can inflict lasting damage on your body, increasing the risk of diabetes, as well as kidney disease.