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What Really Happens in Your Body When You Don’t Sleep?
According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, 1 in 3 American adults doesn’t get enough sleep. But do you know what really happens in your body when you don’t sleep enough? The symptoms of sleep deprivation are real and can take a serious toll on your body and your health! Here are 5 key things that can be affected when you don’t get enough shuteye! 

What happens if you don't get enough sleep?

While sleeping little for a few nights is fine. Continuously not getting enough sleep could result in a lot of problems such as:

1. You’re at Greater Risk for Sickness, Cancer, and Heart Issues 

When you don’t sleep, your immune system has a harder time fighting off bugs and viruses. In fact, less than 5 hours per sleep at night can also have a negative impact on heart health too. Not getting enough sleep regularly has also been associated with higher rates of several different cancers. Studies looking at overnight shift workers showed that getting 7 hours of sleep or more improved the mortality rate. 

2. You Gain Weight (and Increase Your Risk for Diabetes) 

Sleeping 5 hours or less each night makes you more likely to gain weight and eventually become obese. A study of 21, 469 adults showed this to be true when compared to adults who slept between 7 and 8 hours each night. In addition, researchers concluded after 10 separate studies that 7 to 8 hours of sleep per night is the optimal amount to avoid insulin issues that could lead you to develop diabetes. 

3. Your Skin Looks Older. 

Beauty sleep is real! In fact, getting more sleep can help your skin look younger—diminishing the look of fine lines, wrinkles, skin tone, and skin looseness. Poor sleepers look older, and report feeling more dissatisfied with their appearance. 

4. You Become Accident Prone. 

Driving tired could be just as dangerous as driving drunk. You’re three times more likely to get in a car crash if you get fewer than 6 hours of sleep each night. Reaction time and alertness also suffers when you’re tired—making driving even more difficult. Take your sleep deprivation seriously, and don’t drive tired. 

5. You Become Forgetful/Fuzzy Brained. 

Brain functions ranging from memory and decision-making to reasoning and problem solving are impacted when you don’t get enough sleep. In one study, men were given one task to complete after a full night’s sleep, and another to complete after skipping a full night of sleep. The study showed that there was no substitute for a good night’s sleep! 

Are you struggling to get enough sleep at night? proBLENopathy can help! 

Many of our formulas can help to support the systems in your body and underlying hormonal imbalances that may be keeping you up at night. Our independently tested and proven HGH formulas are a great place to start. 

In fact, in our double blind, placebo controlled test group, 75% of those using proBLEN original HGH reported improved sleep! That’s in addition to younger looking skin, increased energy, and improved mood and muscle tone. What do you have to lose? 

Try some proBLEN HGH today and get the sleep you need to keep your body functioning well!

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