Insufficient sleep increases risks of mental health issues. Lack of sleep leads to depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts or actions. Those who suffer from insomnia have more of a tendency to feel unhappy, sad, or depressed. They felt hopeless about the future. 85% of people even felt nervous/tense and worried about things excessively. 70% of adolescents who said they …show more content…
They then took a group of students who have gotten a normal amount of sleep. They started to compare centers of the brains including the emotional center. The sleep deprived students showed hyperactive brain response. The kind you fine in people who often have psychiatric disorders. With students who sleep, well they found a modest controlled response in the emotional center of their brains. This showing that sleep deprivation can cause an overwhelming and negative effect on your mood swings and other problems caused by general lack of sleep.
Lack of sleep does not only affect your mood, getting a great nights rest on a regular basis can have a significantly good effect on your overall sense of improvement. It also helps your sense of well-being. Those with good sleep patterns have excitement and have a feeling of accomplishment over their achievements. While those who have lack of sleep feel upset or that they could have done better with their achievements.
In conclusion, the body and the mind needs an adequate amount of sleep to be able to function properly. You increase your chance greatly of health problems and even death. Without proper sleep the body becomes agitated and irritable. A person will experience poor decision-making skills and concentration. Although sleep deprivation in is not the major cause of your death it does set off the chain of reactions that will kill a person in the