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The night when sleep is not complete, everything feels strange the next morning. The mood also remains bad and irritability also remains. Lack of sleep at night adversely affects mental and physical health. On the other hand, if sleep is complete, it improves mood, sharpens memory, keeps distance from type 2 diabetes, and most importantly, helps in controlling weight.

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Today in this article, you will know in detail about the benefits of getting complete sleep -

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Doctors for Benefits of Getting Enough Sleep

Not getting enough sleep doesn't make you feel good and if you get enough sleep, it improves your mood along with sharpening your memory. Come, let us know in detail about the benefits of getting complete sleep -

Mood boost

If sleep is not complete, it affects the mood negatively. According to research, there are five times more chances of depression in the case of insomnia. Not only this, anxiety and panic disorders can also happen. While sleeping, the brain processes emotions and gets ready to react to things in the right way.

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Heart stays healthy

Blood pressure goes down during sleep, which relaxes the heart and blood vessels. In such a situation, if the person takes less sleep, then the blood pressure does not go down. High blood pressure causes heart disease, including stroke. According to research, getting less than 7 hours of sleep increases the risk of heart disease by 13 percent.

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Ward off type 2 diabetes

There is a risk of getting type 2 diabetes and insulin resistance by getting less sleep. Due to lack of sleep, the cells of the body are not able to use insulin properly, due to which the level of sugar in the blood increases. According to research, the risk of type 2 diabetes increases by 48 percent if you get less than 5 hours of sleep. Lack of sleep can lead to changes in insulin sensitivity, increased inflammation, and changes in hunger hormones. All these together can increase the risk of type 2 diabetes. Taking 7 to 8 hours of sleep ensures that the blood sugar in the body remains regular.

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Away from stress and depression

By getting complete sleep, the person's mind and body relax and get rid of the fatigue of the day. The productivity of a person also decreases due to stress. By taking complete sleep, a person feels fresh in the morning, the quality of his work also remains correct and his energy is also full.

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Better athlete performance

Getting enough sleep is essential for athletic recovery. The body produces most of the growth hormone during sleep. These growth hormones are considered essential for tissue repair and also contribute to muscle growth. Most athletes need 8 hours of sleep every night. At the same time, his body is repairing itself and this improves his performance. If sleep is not complete, then fatigue remains.

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Weight balanced

If sleep is complete along with exercise, stress management, and healthy eating, it also plays a role in managing weight. During sleep, the body releases an appetite-suppressing hormone called leptin and reduces the production of the hunger-stimulating hormone ghrelin. At the same time, the production of ghrelin increases with less sleep and the production of leptin decreases. In this way, due to less sleep, hunger starts increasing and weight is not managed.

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Strong immune system

According to research, by getting complete sleep, the body repairs itself as well as strengthens the immune system. Due to this, dangerous bacteria and viruses attack less and the person falls ill less.

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Sharp memory

Sleep plays an important role in both learning ability and memory. If sleep is not complete, it takes time to concentrate and absorb new information. A person's brain also does not get enough time to store memories properly.

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To stay healthy, along with a good diet and exercise, it is also necessary that a person gets enough sleep. The body improves hormonal balance during sleep. Getting enough sleep is beneficial both physically and mentally. The person's immune system remains strong, memory is sharp, the mood is good and it also proves helpful in managing weight. However, it is also true that every person's sleep needs are different. Most of the research says that by taking 7 to 9 hours of sleep every night, a person remains healthy both physically and mentally.

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Dr. Sameer Arora

Dr. Sameer Arora

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